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Tribute to Kavafy in Avlonas Prison, Greece
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From the Southern Region – June 2019 And when I cannot use my legs, I can use my mind… On Thursday, 23rdMay our school paid tribute to one of the most prominent Greek poets, Konstantinos P. Kavafy, in the in … Read More

Education behind bars
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From the Central Region – March 2019 Erasmus+ KA1 mobility project ‘Education behind bars’ From December 2017 through January 2019 Socially Excluded Educational Association ‘Busola’ was running an EU project thanks to which a few of its members could take … Read More

Art as means to develop low skilled inmates
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From the Central Region – March 2019 Prison education seems to be a very neglected field. Many inmates do not have any opportunity to develop themselves due to various barriers – be it system barriers, local ones within penitentiary units, … Read More

EPEA welcomes two new branches: APEnP in Portugal and SWIPEA in Switzerland
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March 2019 – Over the last few months both Portugal and Switzerland have worked hard on the formation of national EPEA branches. Last week the EPEA received the constitutions of both branches and in her online meeting the Steering Committee … Read More

1st International Seminar “Education and eLearning in Prisons in Portugal”
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November 2018 – Porto, Portugal On the 6thof November, the city of Porto hosted the first International Seminar on “Education and eLearning in Prisons in Portugal“. In a combined organisation of the Open University (Universidade Aberta) and the Coimbra’s University … Read More

MOBi – Mobilizing Society Towards (ex) Offenders Reintegration
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In society the mainstream is to think that the reintegration of offenders only depends on the successful completion of the programmes started in prison or with probation services. Or in other words that successful reintegration only depends on Prison and … Read More

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