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EPEA Newsletter 6 – 2018

EPEA Newsletter 7 – 2018

EPEA Newsletter 8 – 2018

EPEA Newsletter 9 – 2018

EPEA Newsletter 10 – 2018


EPEA Newsletter 01 – 2019

EPEA Newsletter 02 – 2019

EPEA Newsletter 03 – 2019

EPEA Newsletter 04 – 2019

EPEA Newsletter 05 – 2019

Articles from the newsletters


Educate in Citizenship Values, engines to avoid radicalization
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November 2018 – Spain The Further Learning School (CEPER in Spanish) Retamar is located inside the El Acebuche Penitentiary Center, in Almería (Andalusia, Spain). At the beginning of 2012, an Italian school with interest in requesting an adult learning association … Read More

Vento da Sud – Wind from the South: a social inclusion project for young offenders
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November 2018 – Italy Wind from the South (Vento da Sud) is a social inclusion project promoted by two non-profit associations, “Centro Koros” and “Eterotopia, laboratorio navigante”, with the support of Unione Italiana Vela Solidale. It is sponsored by the … Read More

Call for Submissions: 12 – 16 June 2019 International Training Conference ‘Past, present and future of prison education’ in Dublin
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The EPEA steering Committee is thrilled to present this call for submissions for our 2019 International Training Conference: Conference dates: 12th – 16th June 2019 Conference Theme: ‘Past, present and future of prison education’ This edition will be as inspiring … Read More

Report on Open Justice PLE Prison Projects 2018
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November 2018 – The Open University, United Kingdom The Justice in Action module at the Open University forms part of the Law degree and is available to OU students as one of the final modules of their degree. It is … Read More

Scottish prison service’ commitment to creativity
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November 2018 – United Kingdom When the new Learning & Skills Strategy for Scottish prisons was launched in 2016, Jim King, Deputy Director of the Scottish Prison Service, decided to abandon the ubiquitous focus on low level literacy and employability … Read More

Art at the heart of the Irish Prison Education Service
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November 2018 – by Tom Shortt, Arts Development Officer and Coordinator, Irish Prison Education Service The role of Arts Development Officer was created within the Irish Prison Education Service, to coordinate the activity of both the Visual Artists and Writers … Read More

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