Apr2018 Last staff training course on the prevention of radicalisation in prisons
Over twenty penitentiary experts from Belgium, Portugal, Romania, Norway, and Turkey gathered in Brussels, between the 16th and the 20th of April, 2018, for the third and final short-term staff training event of the R2PRIS project: Radicalisation Prevention in Prisons. The experts’ feedback on the radicalisation risk assessment toolset and the e-Learning course that have been developed in the scope of the R2PRIS project was a crucial feature of this training event, leading to the final fine-tuning of the project’s outputs.
Mar2018 Radicalisation prevention in prisons training held in Bucharest
Expert practitioners from Romania, Norway, Belgium, Portugal, and Turkey met in Bucharest, Romania, for a week (March 5th-9th, 2018) of intense work at the Jilava Penitentiary. The participants provided feedback on the R2PRIS assessment tools and training that are being piloted in their respective countries.
Feb2018 R2PRIS project presented at European Commission's Conference
The R2PRIS project was chosen to be presented at the Conference on Radicalisation in Prisons, that took place in Brussels on February 27th, 2018, hosted by the European Commission in close cooperation with the Bulgarian Presidency of the EU and with the support of EuroPris and the Confederation of European Probation.
Nov2017 R2PRIS steering committee meeting held in Ankara
The fifth Transnational Project Meeting of R2PRIS was held in Ankara, Turkey, on November 7th and 8th of 2017. Hosted by the General Directorate of Prisons and Detention Houses, the Agenda included the presentation and discussion about the the radicalisation screening tools and training (including classroom training materials, the train the trainer course, and the R2PRIS e-learning course), a discussion of the upcoming project's activities and milestones and a visit to the Ankara Female Closed Prison.
Oct2017 R2PRIS presented at the ICPA'2017 - The International Corrections and Prisons Association's Annual Conference, Brussels
The ICPA - Internacional Corrections and Prisons Association's 19th Annual General Meeting and Conference took place in London, between the 22nd and the 27th of October, 2017. Mr. Pedro das Neves and Ms. Susana Reis (IPS_Innovative Prison Systems) presented and discussed the progress and outcomes of the work developed in the framework of the R2PRIS project on the preventing (and countering) Radicalisation in European Prisons.
Sep2017 R2PRIS international training, Lisbon
From the 24th to the 29th September, 2017, twenty-five experts representing seven jurisdictions (Belgium, Norway, Turkey, Romania, USA, Switzerland and Portugal) have gathered to participate in the R2PRIS Radicalisation Prevention in Prisons staff training event that took place in the historical Lisbon prison, in Portugal.
Jun2017 R2PRIS steering committee meeting, Brussels
The fourth Transnational Project Meeting of R2PRIS was held in Brussels, Belgium, on June 8th and 9th, 2017. Hosted by the Belgian Federal Public Service of Justice, the agenda included the presentation of the radicalisation screening tools and R2PRIS training course, a discussion of the upcoming project's activities and milestones, and a visit to a prison in Beveren.
Nov2016 R2PRIS steering committee meeting, Lillestrøm
The third Transnational Project Meeting of R2PRIS was held in Lillestrøm, Norway, on November 8th and 9th, 2016. Hosted by the Directorate of the Norwegian Correctional Service (KDI), the agenda included the presentation of activities developed so far, a discussion of the upcoming project's activities and milestones, and a visit to the Halden Prison.
Oct2016 R2PRIS presented at ICPA International Corrections and Prisons Association Conference 2016
Mr. Pedro das Neves (IPS_Innovative Prison Systems) and Mr. Adrian Neagoe (National Administration of Penitentiaries of Romania) presented and discussed the progress and preliminary outcomes of the work developed in the framework of R2PRIS project on the preventing (and countering) Radicalisation in European Prisons with an audience of 38 participants (general directors/experts) from more than 30 countries from all over the world at the ICPA world conference in Bucharest.
May2016 R2PRIS steering committee meeting held in Bucharest
May2016 Presentation of the R2PRIS project at the headquarters of NAP the National Administration of Prisons of Romania
Apr2016 R2PRIS presented at workshop “Pathways to Radicalisation and Recruitment: Intervention Strategies in the Balkans, Central and South Eastern Europe”
On behalf of IPS, Mr. Pedro das Neves participated as the invited speaker at the workshop “Pathways to Radicalisation and Recruitment: Intervention Strategies in the Balkans, Central and South Eastern Europe” organised by the Romanian Centre for Prison Studies of the University of Vest Timisoara and the National Administration of Prisons of Romania from 24 to 28 of April, 2016, in Timisoara. The event counted with 30 high-level officials (security, education, intelligence) from 15 countries in the region. With the title “Reinsertion, radicalisation prevention and intelligence led corrections - Kafka, Orwell, Bentham and Foucault revisited?” Mr. das Neves addressed the audience inviting the participants to reflect on the importance of the use of existing prison technologies to promote a balanced approach between rehabilitation/reinsertion, radicalisation prevention and intelligence led corrections (digital footprints). At the event Mr. das Neves presented the work that is being done in the framework of the R2PRIS project and invited the participating countries to join as associated partners.
Nov2015 Open Class "Radicalisation: a challenge to European Societies – The role of the penitentiary systems" at Beira Interior University (UBI), Portugal
Nov2015 R2PRIS kick-off meeting at UBI University in Covilhã, Portugal
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