“I’ve been responsible for one group of Lithuanian students and I noticed a great enthusiasm to start with the courses at the beginning. They (these prisoners) were very grateful that someone out there in Lithuania was thinking of them. They were actually waiting for the learning materials and asking me for more.”
These are the words of an Education Coordinator in Antwerp, Belgium, being part of the FORINER project that is now coming to an end. This project aims to provide foreign national prisoners access to education that is provided by their home country, while they are imprisoned in a foreign European country. 15 pilot studies have been evaluated and results will be presented on the final conference in November.
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By Bianca Durkovics and Dorien BrosensDownload