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13 December 2018

Steps Made Towards Probation Reform in Ukraine

Director Generals of Prison Administration from Albania, Kosovo and North Macedonia Meet in The Hague for Juvenile Detention Reform

NHC hosts a meeting of Prison Director Generals from Albania, Kosovo, and Macedonia in The Hague to discuss Juvenile Detention Reform.

Montenegrin Deputy Minister attends NHC Study Visit on Probation and Alternative Sanctions

Montenegro's Deputy Minister for Criminal Sanctions Enforcement, Natasa Radonjić, attends an NHC study visit on probation and alternative sanctions in Montenegro.

Supporting Restorative Justice in Moldova: Probation, Enforcement, and Rehabilitation

A study visit in the Netherlands took place as part of an on-going effort to improve the probation system in Moldova, contributing to a strengthened legal system and rule of law.

Identifying What Works in Probation Capacity Building

The NHC organised a workshop on capacity building in the probation sector on the 14th of February 2018.

NHC Will Attend a Conference on Capacity Building in the Justice and Security Sector

The NHC is involved in the upcoming conference ´Making a difference, working together for sustainable capacity building in the justice and security sector´ taking place on the 14th of February.

Publication of the Handbook on Probation Service in Montenegro

The NHC is proud to announce the publication of the ‘Handbook on Probation Service in Montenegro'.

Start of a New Prison Project

Start of the new project “Towards a Safe, Stimulating and Rehabilitative Prison Environment for Children and Juveniles in Conflict with the Law in Albania, Kosovo and Macedonia 2017-2021".

New Matra Project on Probation and Alternative Sanctions in Ukraine

The new project targets the Kiev region and seeks to build capacity in the Ukrainian probation service, the prison administration and the prosecution service and the courts.

Closure of the Project on Improving the Conditions in Juvenile Prisons

On May 8, 9 and 10, 2017 civil society organisations (CSO) from Macedonia, Kosovo, and Albania which specialise in the monitoring of human rights and conditions in juvenile prisons convened to discuss their work and plans for future cooperation.