Reducing disparities in learning outcomes of juvenile justice settings – “EIGEP” project approved
The “EIGEP – European Interaction Guidelines for Education Professionals when working with Children in Juvenile Justice Learning Contexts” has been approved for funding by the European Commission.
With an overall budget of 525.000,00€, the EIGEP project focuses on reducing the disparities in the learning outcomes of the educational experience of a child within the juvenile justice, compared to the ones delivered in mass education, the project aims to:
– Improve the learning outcomes of education in juvenile settings through the development of innovative European induction tool for the initial and further training of educators teaching in juvenile justice contexts (youth detention centers, youth service centers, alternative detention, Alternative Provision schools); the development of support tools and networks to improve the availability and quality of European training offer to education & teaching professionals interested in juvenile justice as a learning context.
– Improve the management of teaching & learning professionals through measures to develop the learning dimension of the juvenile justice system in the partner countries and at European level.
Project partners include:
- BSAFE LAB Beira Interior University, Portugal
- Sistemas prisionais IPS_Innovative (Qualify Just), Portugal
- CPIP Centrul pentru Promovarea Invatarii Permanente, Roménia
- NAP Romanian Prison system, Roménia
- PPCK Psichologines Paramos lr Konsultavimo Centras, Lituânia
- Parceria TITAN, UK
- ABCD Community Services Ltd, UK
For further information about the EIGEP project, please follow the link to this page on our website.