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A Message from the Chair

(Please see below for presentation files from our conference)

Dear members, dear participants of the EPEA Conference in Antwerp last week.

Looking back on an enormously successful event I would like to thank you all once more for participating. “Unlocking Innovation” – our 15th conference, can be remembered as a wonderful few days with lots of new alliances, shared project results, plans for future collaboration and information to be shared with the colleagues that could not come.
Without your presence it would not have been such a success. So thank you for joining us. Without the keynote speakers we wouldn’t have had so much quality and background information to bring home. So thank you, speakers, for your contributions. The diversity of the workshops is needed to cater for  everyone’s taste and professional  interest. I think we succeeded in bringing you a broad variety to choose from, thank you all workshop leaders, to present your best practice.There were so many happy faces, good discussions and most people I spoke, talked to me passionately about something new they heard of or someone they just met about such and such project.This is what our conferences are about; meeting, guiding, connecting and sharing.
I must admit that the programme was quite full, we had planned quite long days for you.
Especially for non-native speakers this means that after a long day of listening, you can be left without much energy.
So of course there was time to regroup our (inner) forces, the cultural visits and the dinners were welcome change with more interaction and informal meetings.The Belgian organizing team, I cannot stress this enough, have really done everything to make us feel at home, informed and they took care of all hickups.
Your warm applause at several occasions made more than clear that you appreciated this enormously. The Belgian Prison Service (Hans Meurisse and his team) together with Klasbak (the Adult Education Provider in Flanders) have done a really excellent job. Thank you Belgium!! Without such a local organising team, it is impossible for the EPEA to organise their conferences.
You will be happy to hear that within the next few weeks  we will inform you about our tender for the 2017 Conference. We will let you know through our webpage when and how you can apply for our 16th Conference.Hope that you will have inspiration for the time ahead and we will hopefully meet again in 2017!!!!On behalf of our entire Steering CommitteeBest regards,

Annet Bakker
Chair EPEA

 

Some photos from our conference

Little stories, great hopes – Els Gillijn
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Old codgers going on about the past… and the future – Torfinn Langelid
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Forgotten innovations in the history of prison education To download the presentation click here.

Writing for the Online Journal of Prison Education and Reentry – Ginger Walker
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Arve Asbjørsen, PhD Cormac Behan, PhD Ginger Marie Walker, MFA William Muth, PhD To download the presentation click here.

PAPER WINS OVER STONE – Diederik De Beir
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Literacy Through Photography – Dafne Kalafati
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Bringing Digital Literacies to Incarcerated Students
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Helen Farley and Susan Hopkins Australian Digital Futures Institute University of Southern Queensland Anne Pike Institute for Educational Technology Open University, UK Catherine Byrne Dublin Institute of Technology To download the presentation click here.

Former welfare clients in prison – Hilde Hetland
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Sharing Innovation and Good Practice – Jane Carrigan & Michelle Ryan
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A practical guide to developing and producing a newsletter to support national prison education associations. To download the presentation click here.

New prison legislation in Finland – Kati Sunimento
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Prisoners have an opportunity to use the internet To download the presentation click here.

Muslim (de)radicalisation in Prison – Koen Lambrechts
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Skills @ Work – Lies Cuylaert
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Training and Coaching of guards and inmates. To download the presentation click here.

RELEASING POTENTIAL OF THE 20% – Melanie Jameson
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Training Basic Skills in Prison – Valborg Byholt and Tanja Aas, Vox
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Experiences from Norway   To download the presentation click here.

The relationship between prisoners’ academic self-efficacy and their participation in prison education
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The relationship between prisoners’ academic self-efficacy and their participation in prison education. Terje Manger Beate Buanes Roth In co-operation with Arve Asbjørnsen, Ole Johan Eikeland, and Lise Jones Bergen Cognition and Learning Group University of Bergen, Norway To download the … Read More

Involve, Improve, Inspire – Nina Champion and Morwenna Bennallick
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Measuring and developing a learning culture in prison. To download the presentation click here.

Trends and Priorities in Adult Learning – Alan Smith
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Collaborative Art
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