You have been directed to this page as you clicked on one of the links contained in the E-Learning Module. You will find the specific reference you have been directed to in the table below, related to the chapter & slide you were studying. There is also other useful information on this page about working with foreign national prisoners and foreign national offenders to support your E-Learning.
You may also access all this information and more by going onto the Course page of the E-Learning Module available immediately before you click on the ‘SCORM package box to enter/start on the E-Learning’.
The information and resources found here will also be of interest to others working with and responsible for foreign national prisoners but not taking the ‘Managing Foreign National Prisoners E-Learning Module’ – though we would recommend that you do!
Taking the Managing Foreign National Prisoners E-Learning Module and clicked on “Resources for Working with Foreign National Prisoners in Europe”?
Below is the information related to your specific search.
There are a small number of documents/files/links available, which relate to chapters in the Managing Foreign National Prisoners E-Learning. Below you can find all these documents/files/links relating to the specific chapter of the e-module.
International Committee of the Red Cross https://www.icrc.org/en/what-we-do/restoring-family-links
Reference: Bhui, H.S., Going the Distance: Developing Effective Policy and Practice with Foreign National Prisoners”, Prison Reform Trust, London, 2004
Printing Slides of ‘Managing Foreign National Prisoners E-Learning Module’: there you can have access to every slide in the E-Learning Module, by obtaining the screenshots.
Thanks to; the ‘Managing Foreign National Prisoners’ Module is a collaborative project between the Council of Europe’s Human Rights Education For Legal Professionals HELP Programme, EuroPris, Dr. Roisin Mulgrew of the University of Nottingham School of Law and Isabelle Storme of the Belgium Prison Service. Many thanks to them all for the time and resources they have put into this initiative.
Supported by the Justice Programme of the European Union