Vulnerable Groups pmartinho May 2, 2022
Research, Development and Innovation
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Vulnerable groups

Vulnerability, structural or individual, may lead to additional care and protection needs in justice systems. We develop and implement services to restructure the effectiveness and compliance of correctional systems by supporting the application of new methodologies, policies and procedures.

We make it possible through strategic planning and deployment of practices that envision the care and protection mechanisms for vulnerable populations (juveniles, the disabled and mentally ill, older prisoners, women, foreign nationals, minorities and those struggling with gender issues).

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IN2PREV

Law enforcement and community cooperation and training approach to prevent radicalisation by ensuring refugees’ successful inclusion

REFUGIN

Communitarian approach for a holistic young refugee long-term integration

Active Games 4Change

Sport and physical activity learning environment for citizenship, emotional, social and e-competences training

AWARE

Cross-sectoral awareness building on mental health needs in the criminal justice system and on release

EIGEP

European Interaction Guidelines for Education Professionals when working with Children in Juvenile Justice Contexts

FRAME GANG

European Framework of Competences for Community Professionals in Gang Environments

MENACE

Mental health, ageing and palliative care in European prisons

MyComPass

Key Competencies for Minor Offender Reintegration

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