CHANCE – CHANGING LIVES BY COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

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CHANCE is an Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership in the field of Youthut Subtitle

The purpose of the project is to strive to increase the implementation of alternative measures to prison for juveniles and young offenders in order to increase the positive impacts which implementation of such measures would bring back into the society. This is expected to be achieved through the main activities which include training of professionals working within the juvenile justice systems in order to enhance their knowledge and skills in their work.

 
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PARTNERS

 

ACTIVITIES

Main objectives of this project is to strive to increase the implementation of alternative measures to prison for juveniles and young offenders in order to increase the positive impacts which implementation of such measures would bring back into the society. 

Furthermore, we strive to strengthen the involvement of the civil society through awareness raising concerning the benefits of implementation of alternative sanctions and measures. 

Through the involvement of public bodies in the project we strive to a more active dialogue with the policymakers in order to achieve permanent changes in the prevailing practices and policies. 
 

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LEARNING, TEACHING AND TRAINING ACTIVITIES

TRAINING TOPICS

  • Basic Knowledge of issues concerning the support and treatment of young offenders by the Greek Probation Service

  • The role of Juvenile Probation Officers - Alternative measures on juveniles and young offenders within our Service and within the community by the Juvenile Probation Service of Piraeus

  • Victim – Offender Mediation in Juvenile Restorative Justice

  • Post-release interventions. Resettlement and reentry.

  • Community sanctions and measures in EU

  • Probation organizations in Europe - a comparative approach

  • Radicalization: a new challenge for criminal justice

  • Electronic monitoring and the future of technology in criminal justice

  • "Punishment as a myth", based on world research which oppose involving more strict and hard punishments in order to prevent crime

  • Workshop: Awareness-raising campaign strategy planning.  

  • Understanding the benefits of alternative sanctions and measures on juveniles and young offenders and the whole society trough providing the civil society with correct, appropriate and accurate information

  • the importance of community involvement in their implementation

  • encouragement of the civil society concerning volunteering in work with juveniles and young offenders implementing alternative sanctions

  •  enhancing the involvement of the community through activation of the civil society  

  • Application of pilot art projects by the Juvenile Probation Service in Piraeus

  • Impact of sports on social inclusion of socially vulnerable groups

  • Programs based on peer support and mentoring, creation of methods and implementation

  •  Individual and group coaching methods

  •  Rehabilitative coaching and group counseling methods 

  • Pathways to education and work, methods and techniques in preventing drop-outs and preventing unemployment of vulnerable youth.

  •  Service guidance and case management, techniques of setting up structures.

  •  Methods on working with children and young people from residential care and/or belonging to ethnic minorities and who are of high risk or having anti-social behaviors.

  •  On-the-job training at Probation office services managed by the hosting organization Fundación Diagrama

  • Organizing sports events as well as in information activities on a healthy lifestyle that avoids poor nutrition, alcohol or drug use as a practice of community service.

  •  Rehabilitation of offenders serving community-based sanctions or measures

  •  Impact of sports on social inclusion of socially vulnerable groups

 
 

CONTACT

Victoros Ougko 15

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