The Centre for Promoting Lifelong Learning in collaboration with Jilava penitentiary and Ploiești penitentiary organized the pilot training of EESPIP modules with a total of 17 participants (prison psychologists, social workers, educators, and correctional agents). The trainings were held on 15th of July (online) and on 4th of August (on site).
The feedback provided in the evaluation forms was extremely positive, with the majority of participants rating the resources and their relevance favourably.
The EESPIP multiplier event took place in Kraków, małopolska voivodship in Poland. There were presented 16 participants from education institutions dealing with inmates and ex-inmates. During the multiplier even there were presented aims and objectives of the project, all results (5 IOs) and there was also tested in front of computers all products of the EESPIP project. All participants agreed that the project looks very interesting and useful in the daily work of participants with their beneficiaries.
In the scope of the EESPIP Project, co-funded by the European Union Erasmus+ Programme the online event took place this morning, 16th July: "Promote lifelong learning in prison context - Rehabilitation perspective".
The event had the participation of 45 people, being an opportunity for the debate around the importance of lifelong learning in prison context.
We especially thank our guest speakers, Dr. Manuela Raimundo (DGRSP), Dr. Ana Elisa Santos (CPJ), and Dr. Dália Costa (ISCSP), for sharing their experience and knowledge. We would also like to thank all participants, who have enriched our event with their contributions.
On June 25th, we closed the pilot course of the EESPIP Initiative - European Educational Support for Prison Officers Interacting in Prisons Learning Context with Women and Minorities (EESPIP), co-financed by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union. The last session focused on the role of peer support (focus on mentoring) among workers in the Criminal Justice System. We thank all the trainees for their participation and contributions!
Last June 18th, the 5th pilot training session of the EESPIP initiative took place - European Educational Support for Prison Officers Interacting in Prisons Learning Context with Women and Minorities (EESPIP), co-financed by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union.
The session was dedicated to the theme of interpersonal communication skills, carrying out several interactive activities to promote interpersonal communication skills.
On June 11th, the 4th pilot training session of the EESPIP project took place (online in Portugal) - European Educational Support for Prison Officers Interacting in Prisons Learning Context with Women and Minorities (EESPIP), co-financed by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union. This session was dedicated to exploring the intervention with vulnerable groups, with a wide range of facilitators
Aproximar (portuguese partner) started yesterday the pilot training of the EESPIP Project - European Educational Support for Prison Officers Interacting in prisons Learning Context with Women and Minorities, co-financed by the European Union Erasmus + Program, with the participation of 27 trainees.
The goal is to provide professionals complementary resources to improve their daily performance in prison context, sensitize them for the importance of motivating prisoners in their lifelong learning.
Source: The Guardian, 2021