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

EIGEP proposal focuses on reducing the disparities in the learning outcomes of the educational experience of a child within the juvenile justice system, compared to the ones delivered in mass education.


Project partners

  • BSAFE LAB law enforcement, justice and public safety research and technology transfer lab – Beira Interior University
  • IPS_Innovative Prison Systems, Portugal
  • Center for Promoting Lifelong Learning (CPIP), Romania
  • National Prison Administration (NAP), Romania
  • Psychological support and counselling centre (PPKC), Lithuania
  • TITAN Partnership, United Kingdom
  • ABCD Community Services, United Kingdom
  • EuroPris – European Organisation of Prison and Correctional Services (The Netherlands) 

Go to EIGEP website for more information on this project.

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