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Image copyright Frederick Bernas Image caption Cesar Campo is serving a lengthy sentence for bank robbery Image copyright Frederick Bernas Image caption Inmates grow vegetables which they sell to people outside the prison Image copyright Frederick Bernas Image caption The prison bakery started small but has been expanding ever since Image copyright Frederick Bernas Image caption There is often a queue at the barber's All the workers are inmates living at Punta de Rieles, a progressive "open" prison just outside the Uruguayan capital, Montevideo. "We never imagined we would have something like this," said Campo, 50, who has spent 23 years behind bars for bank robbery. "It's a model prison which offers opportunities you don't find anywhere else." Alternative approach With incidents of prison violence recently hitting the headlines around Latin America, particularly in Brazil where more than 100 people died in January alone in a series of riots, the liberal philosophy behind Punta de Rieles offers an alternative view of how correctional institutions can be operated. Image copyright Frederick Bernas Image caption Luis Parodi (right) was a school teacher before he became prison director "We want to provide the best daily life possible, so prisoners can sleep peacefully and do not feel humiliated, scared or fearful," Mr Parodi told the BBC. By creating a "village" which mimics the outside world as closely as conditions allow, he hopes to ease the rocky transition when prisoners return to freedom. Image copyright Frederick Bernas Image caption Inmates can move around freely inside the confines of the jail until 19:00 Image copyright Frederick Bernas Image caption They are free to congregate with other inmates and visitors to share mate tea Many of the 630 inmates at Punta de Rieles are approaching the end of their sentences. With the national re-offending rate estimated at around 50%, Mr Parodi often tells departing prisoners to "call me before you ชุดผ้าปูที่นอน 3 ฟุต think about stealing something", and gives out his personal phone number. Image copyright Frederick Bernas Image caption Uruguay's prisons are overcrowded but Mr Parodi does not want his inmates to feel humiliated Uruguay's prison population has more than doubled since 2000. Prisons are currently 9% over their capacity. In this nation of 3.4 million inhabitants, 10,416 people were serving custodial sentences in 2016. In 2009, a UN Special Rapporteur expressed concern about the country's penitentiary system, describing "sub-human conditions" in which inmates at one prison were held "like animals in metal boxes" for nearly 24 hours per day.