Corrections is not only about the time spent in prison. Since most of the people that we incarcerate are released and returned back to their communities at some point, a significant task of criminal justice agencies is also to focus on this eventual ‘return’. From both a decency and a public safety perspective, it is pivotal that prisons and probation do all they can to assist in reintegration. But what constitutes good or effective reintegration? What does a ‘successful’ transition from custody to the community look and feel like? What can we learn from research and practice in this regard? For this symposium, we welcome both evidence-based and practice-informed discussions of how meaningful re/integration can be achieved. EuroPris and ICPA in collaboration with the Portuguese Reintegration and Prison Service (DGRSP) will organise on 27-30 March 2023 in Porto, Portugal the 3rd international Correctional Research Symposium (CRS) on the theme: Rehabilitating Reintegration: Research and Reflections on What Works. Interested in presenting at the CRS? Submit a paper by 21 December. Click here to view the event page.
|Forum on Detention and Probation (23-24 November)||Murten, Switzerland||23/11/2022|
|Interagency cooperation workshop (2022)||Bucharest, Romania||23/11/2022|
|Webinar: Criminal Justice Reform (2022)||Online, -||01/12/2022|
|Sports in Prison. A step towards rehabilitation? (2022)||Brussels, Belgium||15/12/2022|
|Correctional Research Symposium (2023)||Porto, Portugal||27/03/2023|
|EuroPris October Newsletter 2022||01/11/2022|
|Looking Back: Children of Prisoners Expert Group (2019-2022)||31/10/2022|
|Conference report - Initial training of justice professionals serving the rule of law (2022)||08/08/2022|
|Global Prison Trends 2022||08/08/2022|
|Reflections on the 6th EuroPris ICT in Prisons Workshop in Istanbul (2022)||23/06/2022|
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