29th October 2018
BRUSSELS, 29TH October, 2018
The fifth transnational meeting of Calypsos project started with the presence of at least two members of each participating partners: CEPA SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, UNIVERSITY OF LA LAGUNA, UNIVERSITY OF ALMERIA, UNIVERSITY OF LA SAPIENZA, UNIVERSITY OF MINHO, PLENA INCLUSION CANARIAS, CENTRO PENITENCIARIO DE TENERIFE, ADIS MERIDIANOS and unfortunately no one of INSTITUTO DEGLI INNOCENTI was able to attend this meeting because of personal and health reasons.
The meeting starts with the presentation by the research leader Mr Juan García García of the Almeria University being accompanied by the rest of the researchers group (Ms Silvia Cataldi and Mr Marino Bonaiuto from Sapienza University of Rome, Mr Rui Abruhnosa Gonçalvez and Mr Bruno Aragâo from the University or Minho and Ms Ana Mª Martin from La Laguna University) of the whole investigation, The greatest difficulties emerged as well as the small fringes to conclude.
The financed outputs (number two and three) of the project were revised emphasizing the remaining work to be done in order to design the Final Report. It was also pointed out how each partner should address these intellectual outputs.
An outline of the Final Report was presented so that all the partners could work on it with assignment of tasks according to their role.
Partners worked on the advocacy Letter of the Strategic Association Calypsos giving ideas and showing the content it must include according to the projects aims and linked the celebration of the International Day of Education in Prison, on October the 13th, 2018. Just a couple of days before Calypsos project will be celebrating its final conference.
On the 13th of October 1989, the Council of Europe adopted a set of recommendations outlining the needs and responsibilities concerning the education of imprisoned persons in Europe. These recommendations stipulate that all imprisoned persons should be offered the opportunity to engage in educational activities and that these activities should serve to develop the whole person, be conducive to effective reintegration, and encourage a reduction in recidivism.
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