Traveller Equality Project Report
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The Traveller Equality Project this week publishe; ‘The Right Type of Education: A briefing on education and training provision for Gypsy and Irish Traveller prisoners in England and Wales’. Please click here for a copy of the report. Some of … Read More

EPEA Project Development Webinar for Erasmus+
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We’re happy to share with you the EPEA’s Project Development Workshop for Erasmus+, recorded on Tuesday 24th of November 2015. This webinar – the first in a new series by the EPEA – was an opportunity to for EPEA members … Read More

E-learning Methods Workshop 10-11 December 2015
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10-11 December 2015, Dublin, Ireland EuroPris, CEP and the Irish Probation Service organize jointly a workshop on the use of e-learning methods in the training of Prison and Probation staff. The theme will be “Use of E-learning Methods”  and the … Read More

A Conference by the Irish Council for Prisoners Overseas (ICPO)
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The Irish Council for Prisoners Overseas (ICPO) announce our forthcoming conference marking our 30th year in operation. The conference will take place from 9:45am on Tuesday, 1st December at Dublin Castle. The theme of our conference will be ‘Reaching Out … Read More

FOKO Annual conference 2015
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The Norwegian prison teacher organisation FOKO is having their annual conference for the 320 members from October 21, 2015. This is the 20th conference in FOKOs history. The main topics at this conference are radicalism in prison and mental healthcare … Read More

Life imprisonment in Scandinavia
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Life prisoners in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland can take part in education The study says: Imprisonment does not mean that offenders must be clearly separated from society until they might have the chance to be “successfully” reintegrated in society. … Read More

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