Supporting Inmate’s Reintegration Into Society

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Enhancing the skills and efficacy of the professionals who work with prisoners and ex-prisoners

The RE[ENTER] training course is an e-Learning course created within the RE[ENTER] project and aims to contribute to the training of professionals and volunteers who already work or wish to work in the correctional system. Hence, it aims to support the education of these professionals with the appropriate tools and knowledge of good practices concerning inmates and ex-inmates reintegration into society.

This course includes the RE[ENTER] manual — an essential training handbook with revised literature and theoretical topics on the principles of criminology, the consequences of incarceration, diversity, and the phenomenon of radicalisation in prisons.Additionally, this course covers experiences of implementing programmes and provides a list of good practices on different issues, such as the psycho-educational programmes (e.g. anger management, moral discussion groups).
Who should attend?
• Prison staff
• Probation services
• Civil society organisations
• Volunteers who work with former inmates
Training modality
• e-Learning
• Total: 3h