Swimming against the tide [EN|NL]
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I’m Ineke de Kort and in 2016 I started teaching in the Flemish prisons of Wortel and Merksplas for Ligo Kempen. I teach Dutch as a foreign language, and I do so with great pleasure. The context is not always … Read More

How artistic and critical education can lead to transformational change in Scotland’s prisons
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While prisoners thankfully no longer tarry ropes or break stones, the majority of the limited activity available in prisons lacks creativity or stimulation and is often confined to contractual specifications or outcomes. When we look at the perceived aims of … Read More

International Day of Education in Prison – BENELUX
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Woensdag 13 oktober – International Day of Education in PrisonWebinar “Digitalisering en educatie in detentie”= Worsteling rond kansen en bedreigingen = De maatschappij is druk doende zich aan te passen aan de 4e industriële revolutie: digitalisering. Door de corona-pandemie beweegt … Read More

Eric McGraw obituary (1945-2021) – The founder of Inside Times
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Article from The Guardian by Erwin James Penal reform campaigner who founded Inside Time, the national newspaper for prisoners Without Eric McGraw, who has died aged 76, there would have been no Inside Time, the national newspaper for prisoners and … Read More

Belgium: Interview Jan de Cock
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We, the new editors of the EPEA newsletter, chose Jan de Cock to start our section of interviews because he is a source of inspiration for a lot of people, whether you are a teacher, a psychologist, an officer, a … Read More

UK: DWRM are a new social enterprise aimed at massively increasing the number of people in prison studying university courses
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DWRM are a new social enterprise aimed at massively increasing the number of people in prison studying university courses. They are led by Dan – a former prisoner, who has completed all of his education during a long prison sentence … Read More

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