Real Estate Workshop (Ljubljana, 2019) – Call for Papers!
On 14-16 October 2019 the first EuroPris Real Estate Workshop will take place in the historic city of Ljubljana, Slovenia. The Workshop will be a full two-day event and is hosted by the Slovenian Prison Service. The Workshop is exclusively for the Public Sector, Academics and NGO’s.
The programme contains a number of presentations on different areas of prison real estate and will include a focus on ‘Designing for Rehabilitation’ which was the subject of the latest report from the Real Estate Expert Group.
After successful expert meetings in Portugal, Netherlands, Finland, Belgium, Sweden and Turkey the Ljubljana Workshop provides an opportunity to share the work undertaken by the group on Prison Design, Public Private Partnerships, Designing for Rehabilitation together with the forthcoming report on the Design of Finland’s Women’s prison. The programme incIudes a module led by the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) on their publication on prison planning and design (Towards Humane Prisons, 2018) and will include an examination of the findings generated from the latest ‘Designing for Rehabilitation’ report. In addition there will also be opportunity to explore topics of interest raised by member countries at the EuroPris Annual General Meeting alongside those identified for further examination by the Real Estate & Logistics expert group.
Topics of Interest for the Call for Papers include:
Designing for Rehabilitation (incorporating Evidence Based Design)
Designing for Women in Prison
Age Appropriate Solutions within a Custodial Environment
Modern Methods of Constrution (MMC)
Energy Management / Sustainability
Prisons of the Future – Designing for Education / Family Relations
If you are from a public sector, academic or NGO background and are interested in contributing with input or a presentation on any material that is related to any of the above topics please send your written proposal to following email: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than by 31 July 2019.
Your written proposal should include:
Your experience / background, and
An explanation of the nature of your proposed contribution/input at the workshop
Following the closure of the call for papers all the submissions will be reviewed by EuroPris and the Real Estate Expert Group and those responses which are deemed to be of most relevance to the topic under discussion – based on the evidence submitted within the response – will be invited to present their material at the workshop (or if preferred you could submit papers/ presentation material capable of being presented by EuroPris at the event).