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EPEA History – Box 1
Reports from the International/EPEA Conferences 1978 – 1997
1978: Prison Education Officers Conference, England & Wales Reading University
1984: Seminar on Education of Prisoners, Philoxenia Hotel Nicosia Cyprus
1984: Strategies for Education within Prison Regimes, Wiston House, Styning, Sussex
1987: Teaching andLearning in a closed environment. Wye College, near Ashford, Kent.
1989: The Second International Conference on Prison Education Wadham College, Oxford
1991: “HOW HIGH the WALLS” 3rd International Conference on Prison Education, Bergen The Netherlands
1993: “Beyond the Walls” 4th EPEA European International Conference on Prison Education, Sigtuna, Sweden
1995: “Bending Back the Bars” European Prison Education Association 5th International Conference , FEDA, Blagdon, England
EPEA History – Box 2
EPEA Conferences 1997 – 2015
1997: PROTECTIVE BARS?, the 6th EPEA International Conference on Prison Education Budapest, Hungary Conference News, 2nd – 5th November. “New Challenges in Prison Education. Plenary speech by Robert Suvaal, the Netherlands.
1999: “BREAKING THE SPIRAL OF EXCLUSION” The 7th International Conference on Prison Education Athens, Greece.
2001: “A Multicoloured Palette? “, The 8th international conference on prison education Prison Education. Noordwikjerhout, The Netherlands.
2003: “ALL OF ME A Holistic Perspective!” The 9th EPEA Conference Prison Education. Langesund, Norway. “All of me” Conference News Pictures (diskette). 2003 EPEA conference Papers and video showing excerpts from Les Miserables performance in Oslo prison All of me: Prison education in a Holistic perspective. Verslag 9e dEPEA conferentie 2003 te Langesund, Noorwegen.
2005: “Challenges for European Prison Education – Let’s make the Changes together”. The 10th International Conference on Prison Education,Sofia, Bulgaria
2007: “LEARNING FOR LIBERATION” 11th EPEA International Conference Dublin, Ireland
2009: “Liberation through Education”.12th EPEA International Conference on Prison Education. November, Cyprus,
EPEA History – Box 3
EPEA Conferences 2011 – 2015
2011: “LEARN TO BE FREE”. 13th EPEA International Conference on Prison Education. October, Manchester UK.
2015: “Unlocking innovation in education in Prison”.15th EPEA Training Conference. Antwerp, Belgium. Paper: Old Codgers Going on About the Past …and the Future! Kevin Warner, Ireland Torfinn Langelid, Norway. Carolyn Eggleston, U.S.
Reports from the Directors/Coordinators Conferences 1994 – 2004
1994: Report from the first European Conference for Directors and Co-ordinators of Prison Education, September, Poland.
1996: Report from the second European Conference for Directors and Co-ordinators of Prison Education, September, Estonia.
1998: Report from the 3rd European Conference for Directors and Co-Ordinator of Prison Education, Nicosia, Cyprus.
2000: Report from the Fourth European Conference for Directors and Coordinators of Prison Education, November, Malta.
- (5 p).
- Re-evaluating the Council of Europe’s publication “Education in Prison: A report from the 4th European Conference for Directors and Co-ordinators of Prison Education November, Malta.
2004: “THE ROLE OF PRISONER EDUCATION IN 2004 AND IN THE FUTURE” Report from International symposium for Directors of Prison Education. December. The Crowne Plaza Hotel, London-Heathrow.
EPEA History – Box 4
Reports from the Directors/Coordinators Conferences 2006 – 2010
2006: Report from the 6th European Conference of Directors and Coordinators of Prison Education (CD). September, Corinthia Panorama Hotel, Prague.
2008: Prison Education in Europe: Part I: VEPS Project Virtual European Prison School Grundtvig Multilateral Projects Lifelong Learning Programme (p7-p 28) Part II:Conference for Directors and Coordinators Prison education, September, Malmô, Sweden (p29-p148)
2010: 8th European Conference of Directors and Co-ordinators of Prison education, September, Lucerne, Switzerland
EPEA Newsletter/EPEA Magazine:
1991: Newsletter 1, Newsletter 2
1992: Newsletter 3, Newsletter 4
1993: Newsletter 5, Newsletter 6, Newsletter 7
1994: Newsletter 8
1995: Newsletter 9
1996: Newsletter 10, Newsletter 11
1997: Newsletter 12, Newsletter 13
1998: Newsletter 14 Newsletter 15
Newsletter 16 not published
1999: Newsletter 17
2000: Newsletter 18, Newsletter 19, Newsletter 20
2001: Newsletter 21
2002: Newsletter 22, Newsletter 23, Newsletter 24
2003: Newslettter 25,
2004: Newsletter 26 EPEA Magazine 27
EPEA History – Box 5
2005: EPEA Magazine 28, EPEA Magazine 29 2006: EPEA Magazine 30, EPEA Magazine 31
2007: EPEA Magazine 32 EPEA Magazine 33 missing
2008: EPEA Magazine 34 EPEA Magazine 35 2009 EPEA Issue 36, EPEA Issue 37 missing,
2010 EPEA Issue 38, EPEA 39, 40, 41missing 2013 EPEA Issue 42 EPEA 43 missing
2014 EPEA Issue 44, EPEA Issue 45
Bulletin 01/95 April, Bulletin 02/95 August, Bulletin 01/96 January, Bulletin 02/96
December, Bulletin 01/97 June, Bulletin 01/98 June, Bulletin 01/99 January,
Bulletin 02/99 September, Bulletin 01/00 May, Bulletin 01/01 May, Bulletin 12
October 2002, Bulletin 13 April 2003, EPEA News 14 April 2004, EPEA News 15
October 2004, EPEA News 16 December 2004, EPEA News 18 February 2005,
EPEA News 19 April 2005, EPEA News 20, June 2005, EPEA News 21 December 2005,
EPEA News 22 March 2006, EPEA News, 24 December 2006, EPEA News Issue 31
August 2008, EPEA News Issue 34 March 2009, EPEA News Issue 35 May 2009,
EPEA Newsletter 39 Autumn 2010, EPEA Newsletter 40 Spring 2011, EPEA
Newsletter 41 Spring 2012, Newsletter, EPEA April 2013, Newsletter EPEA
August 2013, EPEA Newsletter Winter, 2014, EPEA Newsletter Spring 2014
Directory 1999/2000, Directory 2000/2001,
Directory 2001/2002, Directory 2003/2004,
Directory 2004/2005 (diskette)
EPEA History – Box 6
EPEA Minutes from the Steering Committee Meetings
SCOTLAND, 1992 November 27th – 29th, Brightons, Falkirk
LUXEMBOURG, 1994 6th – 8th May 1994, Givenich
ENGLAND, 1995 30th September and 4th October, Blagdon
DENMARK, 1996 1st – 3rd March, Lunde
SWEDEN, 1996 18th – 20th October, Gothenburg
FRANCE, 1997 18th – 20th April, Strasbourg
Sweden, 1997 27th August. Letter “Wuppertal-Meeting” from Svenolov Svensson to the EPEA SC.
HUNGARY, 1997 1st and 5th November, Budapest
SCOTLAND, 1998 1st – 3rd May, Glasgow
Malta, 1998 7th – 9th October, Park Hotel
NORTHERN IRELAND, 1999 16th – 18th April, Belfast
GREECE, 1999 9th – 10th October, Athens
THE NETHERLANDS, 2000 7th – 9th April, Bergen
NORTHERN IRELAND, 2000 24th – 26th November, Belfast
NORWAY, 2001 27th – 29th April, Bergen
THE NETHERLANDS, 2001 10th and 14th October, Noordwijkerhout
IRELAND, 2002 19th – 21st April, Kilkenny
FRANCE, 2002 27th – 29th September, Paris
MALTA, 2003 7th – 9th March,
NORWAY, 2003 14th and 17th June, Langesund
MALTA, 2003 19th – 21st November
PRAGUE, 2004 23rd – 25th April
NORWAY, 2004 17th – 19th September, Oslo Notes from The EPEA SC Officers’ Meeting
FRANCE, 2004 4th – 7th November, Strasbourg
BULGARIA, 2005 11th – 13th March, Residence Boyana, Sofia
BULGARIA, 2005 18th and 21st May, Sofia
DENMARK, 2005 28th – 30th October, Copenhagen
NORWAY, 2006 17th – 19th March, Oslo Report from Officers meeting
FRANCE, 2006 9th – 11th June, Paris
EPEA History – Box 7
EPEA Minutes from the Steering Committee Meetings
GREECE, 2006 10th – 12th November, Athens. No Minutes
NORWAY, 2007 9th – 11th March, Bergen
CYPRUS, 2009 19th March
England, 2011 16th – 18th September, Manchester
Sweden, 2012 9th – 11th March, Malmø
Denmark, 2012 16th – 18th November, Copenhagen
Hungary, 2013 8th – 10th March, Budapest
France, 2013 18th – 20th October, Paris
Romania, 2014 21st – 23rd March, Bucharest
Belgium, 2014 17th – 19th October, Brussels
EPEA Minutes from the Liaison/Contact Meetings
Netherlands 1991 13th May. Bergen. The meeting of EPEA Liaison persons and European observers
Malta 1998 10th – 11th October. The 1st International Meeting of EPEA Liaison Persons
France, Paris 2001 1st – 3rd June
- Letter to the Liaison/Contact Persons 9th of February 2001
- List of participants
- Letter to the Liaison/Contact Persons 2nd of May 2001
- Programme for the LP/CP meeting
- Group 1: Report of Proceedings
- Group 2: Report a brief summary of our individual experiences
- Workshop 3: Summary of main discussion Points
Hungary Budapest 2002 22nd – 24th November
Hungary Budapest 2004 13th – 15th February
- Letter from Anne Costelloe to the Liaison/Contact Persons
- List of participants
Report from the LP/CP meeting
Bulgaria Sofia 2008 17th of May
- Letter from the regional representatives Kerstin, Katinka and Peter
Bulgaria Sofia 2005 18th of May Minutes from the meeting
England, 1992 Letter from David Marston to Liaison Persons “EPEA Membership”
Scotland, 1993 13th January Letter from Anne Cameron to Liaison Persons.
Scotland, 1993 (?). Letter from Anne Cameron to all EPEA Liaison Persons.
England, 1994 31st January. Letter from Pam Bedford to Liaison Persons.
Finland, Vasa 1996 18th December. Letter from Sonja Kurten-Vartio the Liaison Persons about EPEA members
1996: Summer. Letter from Steering Committee “Small is Beautiful”.
Denmark, 2nd – May. Letter from Kaj Raundrup to EPEA Liaison Person. “Election of Office 1997”.
Finland, Vasa 1998 20th April. Letter from Sonja Kurten-Vartio to Liaison Persons
Norway, Bergen 1998 2nd December. Letter from Torfinn Langelid to Liaison Persons
Scotland, Longgriggend 1998 Spring. Letter from James O’Hare to Torfinn Langelid about the coming LP meeting in Malta. “Liaison Persons”.
Norway, Bergen1999 Spring. Letter from Torfinn Langelid to Rosalba Falsini about establish coordination and cooperation with LPs.
Norway, Bergen 1999 29th November. Letter from Torfinn Langelid to Liaison/Contact Persons.
Norway, Bergen 2000 6th December. Letter from Torfinn Langelid to Liaison/Contact Persons.
Norway, Bergen 2001 8th December. Letter from Torfinn Langelid to Liaison/Contact Persons.
Norway, Bergen 2002 23rd April. Email from Torfinn Langelid to Liaison/Contact Persons.
Ireland, 2004 12th January. Letter from Anne Costelloe to Peter Ruzsonyi, Joseph Giordmaina, Niek Willems about Draft Agenda for LP/CP meeting.
Norway, Bergen 2004 20th March. Letter from Torfinn Langelid to Liaison/Contact Persons
Norway, Bergen 2005 8th January. Email from Torfinn Langelid to Liaison/Contact Persons.
EPEA History – Box 8
Liaison persons – Task/duties
2008: 8th April. What is an EPEA Liaison Person?
How to form a local branch of EPEA? By Ingunn E. Kleivan and Torfinn Langelid, Norway
List of Liaison Persons 2004, 1992?, 1996?
Suggestions for LP
Tasks of Liaison Persons. Suggestions for Liaison Persons. Duties
Liaison Persons in the EPEA
Minutes from the General Council Meetings
England, 1995 10th October. Blagdon, Bristol
Hungary, 1997 4th November. Budapest
GREECE, 1999 12th October, Athens
The Netherlands, 2001 14th October, Noordwijkerhout
NORWAY, 2003 15th June, Langesund
Bulgaria, 2005 18th May, Sofia
Ireland, 2007 ? Cyprus, 2009?
England, 2011?2013? 2015?
Austria, 2017 17th November. Vienna
Prague, 2004 April
France, 2004 November, Strasbourg
Bulgaria, 2005 March, Sofia
Denmark, 2005 October, Copenhagen
Norway, 2007 March, Bergen
Denmark, 2020 March
1998: 24th April
- Deputy Chairperson
- Deputy Secretary
- Membership Secretary
Sweden, 1996 29th December, Gothenbourg. Preliminary Guidelines for producing the EPEA Newsletter.
France, 1997 20th April, Strasbourg. Guidelines for producing the EPEA Newsletter
Sweden, 1999 1st July. Draft proposal the EPEA International Conference on Prison Education
Council of Europe and EPEA
Strasbourg 1986 Explanatory report on the European Convention on the Recognition of the
Legal Personality of International Non-Governmental Organisations
Gothenburg 1998 16th February. Letter from Svenolov Svensson, Chair of EPEA, to Marja Karjalainen, European Commission DG 22.
Europe Mr. Wolfgan Rau’ Directorate of Legal Affairs.
1993 Resolution (93) 38 On Relations Between the Council of Europe and International Non-Governmental Organisations
Strasbourg 1999 Implementation of Committee of Ministers Resolution (93) 38 on relations
Between the Council of Europe and international non-governmental organisations
Strasbourg 2000 6th April. List of the members of the Liaison Committee
Strasbourg 2000 16th May Liaison Committee work programme for 2000-2002. Daniel Zielinski, Chair
Strasbourg 2000 15th June. Information and training day for NGO’S.
Strasbourg 2000 27th June. Motion of INGOs having consultative status with the Council of Europe
Strasbourg 2000 5th July. Report of the Liaison Meeting, Monday, 26th June.
EPEA History – Box 9
Strasbourg 2000 25th July Letter from Daniel Zielinski Chair of the Liaison Committee and Dirk Jarre Head of the ad hoc Working Group to Dear President, Dear Secretary General, Dear Delegate
Strasbourg 2000 26th September Information Session for NGOs. Report
Strasbourg 2000 26th September. Very urgent Motion of INGOs having consultative status with the Council of Europe and Minutes of Grouping on “Education and Culture”
Strasbourg 2000 11th October. Letter from Gilbert Caffin to Dear Friends. Subject: Next meeting, 23rd January 2001
Strasbourg 2000 15th November. 2001 Plenary Conference of NGOs 23rd January 2001. Activity report of the NGO groupings (October 1999 – October 2000).
Strasbourg 2000 20th November. Information session for NGOs. 26th September. Report.
Strasbourg 2000 22nd November Sessions 2001. Draft Calender of NGO meetings. 2001 sessions
Strasbourg 2000 22nd November. Report of the meeting of the Liaison Committee 25th September.
Strasbourg 2001 25th January. Report of the 2001 Plenary Conference of NGOs 23rd January 2001.
Strasbourg 2001 2nd April. Letter from Jutta Gützkow (Head of Division) to NGO’s Unit, Directorate of External Relations, Directorate oF Political Affairs.
Strasbourg 2003 1st October. NGOs meeting at the Council of Europe. Meeting of grouping: Human rights.
Strasbourg 2003 1st October. NGOs meeting at the Council of Europe. Meeting of grouping: Education and culture.
Strasbourg 2004 4th October. Liaison committee meeting
Strasbourg 2004 5thOctober. Education and culture grouping
Strasbourg 2006 23rd January. Liaison Committee meeting
Strasbourg 2006 25th January. Conference of INGO’s.
Strasbourg 2006 26th January. Thematic grouping: Education and culture.
COUNCIL of EUROPE and EPEA
Strasbourg 2006 11-12th April. Liaison Committee meeting.
Strasbourg 2006 11th April. Human Rights Grouping
Strasbourg 2006 4th October. Liaison Committee meeting.
Strasbourg 2006 5th October. Education and Culture Grouping.
Strasbourg 2006 6th October. Conference of INGOs meeting.
EPEA History – Box 10
Council of Europe: European prison rules (2006)
Council of Europe: Education in prison Strasbourg (1990)
EPEA: The European Prison Education Association (2005)
KEYS: Working and Learning in European Prisons. Results of the Project KEYS. Innovative Models for the Integration of Working and Learning in Adult Prisons(2011).
Norwegian Ministry of Justice and the Police. English Summary. Punishment that works – less crime – a safer Society. Report to The Storting on the Norwegian Correctional Services (2008).
Another Place. An Anthology of Prison Writing. Published by Department of Justice, Ireland (2001)
Action Plans – Visions
Sweden, 1997 14th October. Vision 2006 From “Small is beautiful” to “Big is difficult-but necessary”.
1998: Action plan. Vision 2006
2001-2002: Action plan.
2003-2004: Action plan.
2002-2006: Aims and Objectives.
2000-2006: Review of Action plan. Report of Working Group.
2006: Review of EPEA Vision 2006. Strategies and Action Plan 2001-2002.
Regional and local branches
Hungary. 1997. Budapest. EPEA Regions and Constituent Countries. Election of Regional Representatives
Guidelines for forming a local, national branch of the EPEA
Northern Ireland. 2000 November. Belfast. Proposal for the setting up of EPEA local branches in European states which presently do not have any practitioners/officials on our
membership list or do not have a registered branch.
2001: October. Report Election of Regional Representatives. Remember – How to form a local branch.
2003: Guidelines for Regional Representatives. Duties
2003: EPEA Branches: FOKO Norway and IPEA Ireland. SC, Regional Representatives
2003: 29th September. Email from Niek Willems (chair) to Torfinn Langelid “Item III: Election of Regional Representatives to the Steering Committee
Malta: 2003 November. A Presentation of FOKO (the Norwegian Branch of EPEA) and “How to form a local Branch” of EPEA by Torfinn Langelid, Ingunn KLeivan and Knut Lage Bø.
2003-2009: EPEA Officers & Regional Representatives.
Ireland: 1993 Dublin. Letter from Kevin Warner to EPEA Liaison Persons about E.P.E.A Draft Constitution
1993: Constitution with Addendum to EPEA Constitution
2000: EPEA Constitution. Summary and Full Version EPEA Constitution (updated November 2000)
2003: EPEA Constitution with Addendum to EPEA Constitution 1993, Addendum to EPEA Constitution 2000 and Addendum to EPEA Constitution 2003
IRELAND. 2007 Dublin. Full Constitution as adopted by The General Council, Dublin, June 2007. To be familiar with the EPEA Constitution
EPEA History – Box 11
CEA (Correctional Education Association), Simon Fraser University and IFEPS – International Forum for the Study of Education in Penal Systems
CEA (Correctional Education Association),
California. 2008 California State University. Correctional Education History from A to Z by Thom Gehring and Scott Rennie.
Simon Fraser University
Canada. 1985 August. Simon Fraser University. “The Prisoner as Student” Edited by Stephen Duguid.
Canada. 1987 October. Simon Fraser University. “Prison Education Program Kent, Mountain, Matsqui and William Head Institutions”.
Canada. 1990 July. “International Perspectives on Correctional Education. PROGRAM The 45th International Conference of the Correctional Education Association.
IFEPS – International Forum for the Study of
Education in Penal Systems
Canada. 1991.30th January. Simon Fraser University. Memorandum. From Stephen Duguid. Subject: I.C.E.P.S
Canada. 1991. 12th March. From Stephen Duguid. Memorandum. Subject: Meeting in Holland re ICEPS.
IFEPS – International Forum for the Study of Education in Penal Systems (Information taken from EPEA – Newsletter 3 (1991/92).
I.F.E.P.S. NEWS No. 1, May 1992. December meeting
at Coombe Lodge Formally Launches I.F.E.P.S.
I.F.E.P.S. Newsletter No. 1 December 1992. (Melbourne)
I.F.E.P.S. Newsletter No. 2 March 1993. (Melbourne)
I.F.E.P.S. NEWS No.2. May March 1993. “First IFEPS
Major Research Project Underway in Canada and the UK”.
I.F.E.P.S. Newsletter No. 3 June 1993. (Melbourne)
I.F.E.P.S. NEWS No. 3, August 1995.
EPEA History – Box 12
JPER – JOURNAL ON PRISON EDUCATION AND REENTRY
Norway: 2012 1st February. Bergen. Letter about “Invitation to participate in network in Prison Education” from prof. Arve Asbjørnsen, University of Bergen to colleagues.
NORWAY: 2011 29th – 30th Bergen. Welcome to the Prison Education Network. Fylkesmannen I Hordaland (TheCounty Governor of Hordaland) and University of Bergen,
Faculty of Psychology, Bergen Cognition and Learning Group
2014: Journal of Prison Education & Reentry. Dialogue for Researchers and practitioners. Vol1 No1
European Commission Directorate-General for Education and Culture.
2009 25th September Brussels. Letter from Marta Ferreira (Head of Unit). Subject: European
Conference on Prison Education: Invitation to the meeting of the Preparatory Expert group on 12 October 2009.
Norway: 2009. A note from Torfinn Langelid to EU-Commission by/Ms Fabienne Ferbach about “European Conference on prison education. Proposal – keynote Speakers”.
Brussels: 10th December. European Conference on Prison Education. Meeting of Preparatory Expert Group, Budapest, 21st -22nd January 2010.
Hungary: 2010. Budapest, 22nd – 24th February Pathways to Inclusion – Strengthening European Cooperation in Prison Education
Conference Paper 1: Prison Education – Context, Trends and Policy Issues. Background Paper.
Conference Paper 2: Grundtvig and Leonardo Da Vinci. Analysis of Projects and Key Messages.
Conference Paper 3: Learning for Resettlement and Reintegration. Analysis of EQUAL Projects and Key Messages.
Conference Paper 4: Grundtvig and Leonardo Da Vinci. Catalogue of Projects on Prison & Training.
Conference Paper 5: Discussion Document for the Conference Workshops. Introductory Notes & Key Questions.
List of participants
England: 2011 6th May. Birmingham: GHK Jo Hawley. Prison Education and training in Europe – a review and commentary of existing literature, analysis and evaluation. Directorate General for Education and Culture, European Commission Framework Contract No EAC 19/06, Order 130.
England: 2012 July. Birmingham: GHK Jo Hawley. Survey on Prison Education and Training in Europe – Final Report. Order 23 of the DG Education and Culture Framework Contract 02/10 – Lot 1.
2013: May. GHK Authored by: Jo Hawley, Ilona Murphy, Manuel Souto-Oatera: Prison Education and Training and Challenges. Current State-of-Play and Challenges. A summary Report authored for the European Commission by GHK Consulting.
EPEA History – Box 13
Election of Officers
1994: July. “EPEA – Election of Officers 1994”. Letter From Pam Bedford to All Members of EPEA.
1995: August. “Election of Officers”. Letter from David Marston (Treasurer) to All Members of EPEA.
1995: 27th September. “Concerning Election of Offices 1995”. Letter from Kaj Raundrup to Sonja Kurten-Vartio.
1995: October. EPEA Steering Group.
13th May. “Election of Officers”. Letter from Kaj Raundrup (Secretary) to All Members of EPEA.
1996: 2nd October. “Results of the Election of Office 1996”. Letter from Sonja Kurten-Vartio (Membership Secretary).
1997: 4th March. “Election of Officers”. Letter from Kaj Raundrup (Secretary) to EPEA Liaison Persons.
1997: 2nd May. “Election of Officers”. Letter from Kaj Raundrup (Secretary) to All Members of EPEA. Letter with “Supporting statements provided by candidates for election”.
1997: 23rd June. Telefax from Sonja Kurten-Vartio (Membership Secretary) The results of EPEA-election 1997.
1998: 28th April. “Election of Officers”. Letter from Paddy Rock (Secretary) to all Liaison Persons.
1998: 3rd June. Telefax from Paddy Rocks (Secretary) to Torfinn Langelid – elected as Membership Secretary.
2000: 11th May. Letter “Election of Officers 2000” from Torfinn Langelid to the members of the EPEA.
2001: 10th April. Letter “Election of Officers 2001” from Torfinn Langelid to the Liaison/Contact Persons.
2002: April. Letter “Election of Officers 2002” from Torfinn Langelid to EPEA and “Candidate details” and the results.
2004: 2nd May. Letter “Election of Officers 2002” from Torfinn Langelid to the members of the EPEA.
2004: The Conduct of Elections of EPEA Officers.
2008: 8th April. Email “Officers elections 2008” from Anne Costelloe to the LP/CP.
Suggestions to develop and improve
communications with all Liaison Persons 1998/1999
1998: A note from Svenolov Svensson (Chairperson, EPEA) About “The EPEA – European Prison Education Association”.
1999: Origins of the EPEA
Norway: 2005 13th– 19th June. Council of Europe Seminar, Bergen. Education in Prison. Course report. (Written by Senior Adviser Torfinn Langelid and professor Terje Manger.
2002, 2005 and 2012: Steering Committee members
England: 2007/2008 «Every time you have this conversation you move forward a little bit” AN EVALUATIVE REPORT OF ARTS IN PRISON” by professor Anne Bamford, Hayley Skipper
Ireland: Dublin. 2007. “Three wise men of the EPEA” announced by Torfinn Langelid at the 11th EPEA conference in Dublin.
Norway: 2007 Drammen 1st February. The President of the Norwegian Parliament Thorbjørn Jagland and the chair of the EPEA Anne Costelloe opened the EPEA office in Drammen (which moved from Malta to Norway).
2010: Building Bridges. Correctional Best Practises. WorldWide Perspectives. ICPA 12th Annual Conference.
Correctional Services in Denmark: Memory sticks – conferences, reports etc.
Welcome Pack: Welcome to EPEA. The European Prison
Education Association: Promoting and affirming good practice in the field.