The RE[ENTER] project focuses on enhancing the capacities of professionals and volunteers who work with children and adults in conflict with the law before or after their release from detention, in order to facilitate their reintegration into society and the labour market. This project is funded by the National Greek Agency in the framework of the ERASMUS+ Programme KA2.
It is estimated that 450 professionals and volunteers will be trained and gain the necessary knowledge and tools to improve their efficacy in this field. The training sessions that participants will attend include the exploration of innovative psychoeducational tools, techniques for reintegration into society and the labour market, ethical issues, rights of people deprived of liberty, case management and supervision of professionals.
The direct beneficiaries of this project will be professionals and volunteers who work or wish to work with children and adults in conflict with the law before and after their release from detention. This includes professionals in detention centres, parole officers, educational staff, employment consultants, professionals from NGOs, and volunteers, among others.
The indirect beneficiaries will be people in conflict with the law or that have been involved with the justice system, as well as their families.
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01/10/2018 – 30/4/2021