The day after the European Commission conference on Radicalisation in Prisons, took place in Brussels on 27 February, EuroPris is organized a one-day closed-door workshop for prison experts on radicalisation on 28 February.
The workshop was interactive, combining presentations from a variety European jurisdictions with (moderated) discussions between the participants and with the speakers.
Due to the nature of this workshop, there are no presentations or notes available for publishing due to the sensitivity of the content.
During the day the following issues will be presented and discussed:
Since this will be a closed-door workshop, ONLY public sector prison experts from European jurisdictions can participate at the workshop.
Please register before 21 February.
The meeting will take place at the Headquarters of the Belgian Prison Service:
Quai de Willebroeck 33
European Commission Conference travel and hotel arrangements
The European Commission will cover travel costs + 2 hotel nights (26 and 27 February 2018) for those participants, who will attend both the EC and the EuroPris workshop. The European Commission will cover those costs for 1 representative per EU Member State. If your Member State would like to participate with more than one expert on your own expense, there will be a waiting list until registration is closed.
The official invitation will be sent out in the beginning of January 2018. Registrations will then be possible via a web link. The travel and accommodation arrangements will be confirmed in advance by the organisation contracted by the European Commission.
It will not be possible to reimburse any costs for any tickets or accommodation booked and paid for by participants (participants should therefore not make any travel arrangements on their own).
EuroPris Radicalisation Workshop travel and hotel arrangements
Participants that are only coming to the EuroPris workshop have to arrange their own travel and hotel.
Supported by the Justice Programme of the European Union