“Coding OUT Coding in prison as a valuable OUTside tool for employment” got funding from the European Commission programme Erasmus+.
The project aims to help break the cycle of incarceration by teaching inmates coding skills that can significantly increase their chances of employment post-release.
The project is promoted by GAIA the Association of Electronic and Information Technologies in the Basque Country, in Spain, in partnership with IPS Innovative Prison Systems and the BSAFE LAB of Beira Interior University (Portugal); with CIRE Centre d’Initiatives per a la Reinserció (Catalonia) and EOLAS S.L. from Spain; and the Penitentiary of Baia Mare and the Asociata Start pentru Performanta, from Romania.
For further information about the Coding OUT project please contact email@example.com