Interview Jakob Moyersons
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January 2022, Wortel penitentiary centre, Flanders. November 2022. J.M. starts a new life, lives in a new house, and has a new job. He is 41 years old; he has a lot of life ahead of him. It could be … Read More

Report adverse childhood experience among young in prison
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The Australian Institute of Criminology has released a new report by researchers from the University of Adelaide, University of Melbourne and Griffith University that examines the adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) of young people in the youth justice system. It shows: … Read More

Prof. Dr. Péter Ruzsonyi (1959-2022)
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The family of Prof. Dr. Péter Ruzsonyi has informed the EPEA of the sad news: The grieving family, the University of Public Service, the Hungarian Ministry of Interior and the Hungarian Prison Service informs you with deep sadness, that Prof. … Read More

APEnP Newsletter July 2022
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It is with great pleasure that the Portuguese Prison Education Association (APEnP) announces its latest Newsletter (Jul/22). Including several contributions from countries such as Spain, Poland, Brazil and, of course, Portugal, the latter with articles coming from Prisons and their … Read More

Change of Chairperson [EN/GE]
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On 7 June 2022, the Steering Committee (SC) was informed by Cormac Behan that he was stepping down as President of the EPEA with immediate effect. Three days later, Secretary Jim King also withdrew from the committee. The other members … Read More

EU support for prison education – taking stock and looking forward
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2022 is an important year for European cooperation in adult learning – and Prison Education. Most of the projects awarded an EU grant in the first year of the new phase of “Erasmus+” which has just begun are starting their … Read More

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