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EIGEP Education in juvenile justice

EIGEP

European Interaction Guidelines for Education Professionals when working with Children in Juvenile Justice Contexts

 

Synopsis

EIGEP proposal focuses on reducing the disparities in the learning outcomes of the educational experience of a child within the juvenile justice system, compared to the ones delivered in mass education.

 

Objectives

  • Improving the learning outcomes of education in juvenile settings through:
    • Developing a European key competency profile for the child and youth learning professionals working in juvenile justice;
  • Developing a modular, tailor-made induction support for teaching and learning professionals working in juvenile justice system, based on the previously developed European key competency profile.
  • Improving the management of teaching and learning professionals through measures to develop the learning dimension of the juvenile justice system in the partner countries and at European level, by:
  • Mainstreaming the induction support and its components in juvenile justice system and alternative systems that support the education of children and youth offenders, at educational department and staff management level;
  • Promoting in the European public agenda the juvenile justice education, its paramount importance and the key measures needed for the learning outcomes to improve.

 

Expected outcomes

  • Education in the Juvenile Justice context research report – “Current situation” paper for each of the partner countries and a structured common report relevant at European level highlighting the challenges of delivering education in the juvenile justice context;
  • Structured public hearing on the state of Education in the Juvenile Justice Context;
  • European profile of specific competencies for education professionals when working with children in juvenile justice contexts;
  • Virtual environment for education professionals working in juvenile justice;
  • National and transnational policy maker meetings;
  • Parliamentary Committees Meetings.

 

Promoter

BSAFE LAB (Beira Interior University), Portugal

 

Partners

IPS_Innovative Prison Systems, Portugal

Center for Promoting Lifelong Learning (CPIP), Romania

National Prison Administration (NAP), Romania

Psychological support and counselling centre (PPKC), Lithuania

TITAN Partnership, United Kingdom

ABCD Community Services, United Kingdom

 

Funding

Erasmus+ Programme, KA3 – Support for policy reform: Forward-Looking Cooperation Projects

 

Time Frame

01/09/2015 – 01/09/2018 (36 months)

Means for reducing the disparities in the learning outcomes of juvenile justice settings

Sector
Juvenile justice

Services
Special needs, Training and development

Where
Portugal, Romania, Lithuania, United Kingdom

Website
www.eigep.eu

Contact us
ips@prisonsystems.eu