Knowledge sharing pmartinho April 28, 2022

Knowledge sharing

Sharing relevant insights, best practices and expertise with the global corrections community

The JUSTICE TRENDS Magazine features interviews with Ministers of Justice, Directors-General of prison and probation administrations and exclusive content about contemporary best practices in the Criminal Justice sector. This way, we keep the justice community informed about the latest trends and developments in executing justice globally.

Because we believe that sharing is caring, we make it possible for Criminal Justice  professionals to acquire relevant knowledge from specialised courses from various technical areas available on our online training platform: the Corrections Learning Academy.

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JUSTICE TRENDS and IPS_Innovative Prison Systems recognise the merit of M.A., M.Phil., MBA and PhD. graduates or academic researchers through the attribution of an award.

The award is given to the best thesis or research paper participating in the contest.

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Training and Development

Empowering education professionals to raise young people’s awareness of sexual violence

With the aim of providing a balanced sexual education to youths, a consortium of eight partners across Europe is developing a comprehensive set of pedagogical toolkits and a complementary training platform for professionals working with young people. These resources cover key topics for potential adaptation with students, and are envisaged to support gender-based violence awareness and prevention among youths, especially university students.

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Reducing Reactive Aggression in Prisons through VR-based Training

Considering the promising results of VR-based interventions, a consortium of eight European organisations is working on applying the technology to tackle reactive aggression in prison settings. The initiative aims to use VR to provide aggression regulation training for people in custody and to develop and practice the response competencies of prison guards.

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