Educational background, preferences and needs
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A qualitative study of prisoners from Iraq, Poland, Russia, Serbia and Somalia. Published by Fylkesmannen i Hordaland, 2013 In all the Nordic countries, the composition of the prison population has changed in recent years. One sees a huge increase in … Read More

Career guidance in the Norwegian Correctional Service
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This report presents the results of a questionnaire survey that was sent to counsellors in the prison education system. This survey is a contribution to the efforts to expand our knowledge about career guidance in the Norwegian Correctional Service. The … Read More

A Nordic Expedition in Prison Education: Monica Giblin & Catherine Byrne
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The idea started over a coffee one summer afternoon in the Phoenix Park when Catherine and I decided that we needed to learn more about prison education abroad. And Sweden was our choice. Catherine was in touch with Linda Ahl … Read More

Scandinavian Penal History
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We would like to bring to your attention a book which was published in London in May Scandinavian Penal History, Culture and Prison Practice. This book draws on historical and cross-disciplinary studies to critically examine penal practices in Scandinavia and contains chapters … Read More

ICPA/EuroPris Confernce on technology in prison
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The 2nd international conference on technology in prison last May 2017 had prison education as one of their main themes for the conference. Besides education providers of offender management systems, foot chain systems and surveilles equipment, major providers of Prison … Read More

FOKO Conference 2016
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The Norwegian branch of EPEA, FOKO, will hold its annual conference in Sundsvold November 2-4, 2016 with the following interesting program Crime policy, from expert guided to media guided – by prof. at Police College Paul Larsson Inclusion, how to … Read More

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