11 November 2021
Georgia: Call for Proposals to Monitor the Effect of COVID-19 in Closed Institutions: LOT 2
Ukraine: Call for Proposals to Monitor the Effect of COVID-19 in Closed Institutions: LOT 2
11 November 2021Find out more about our Call for Proposals on countering the effect of COVID-19 on closed institutions for Ukrainian NGOs and CSOs.
Armenia: Call for Proposals to Monitor the Effect of COVID-19 in Closed Institutions: LOT 2
11 November 2021Find out more about our Call for Proposals on countering the effect of COVID-19 on closed institutions for Armenian NGOs and CSOs.
The Annual EPTA Conference: Call for Papers
03 June 2020With a focus on sharing experiences on training activities in prison during a lockdown, the EPTA Network launched a Call for Paper for their Annual Conference.
5 Years of Probation Ukraine: How Has It Contributed to Safer Societies?
11 March 20205 years after introducing a probation system in Ukraine, Probation in Ukraine together with the NHC and the CILC celebrated this anniversary with an open forum to look back on its first successes
Probation and Capacity Building in Europe: an Interview with Leading Probation Expert Anton van Kalmthout
23 January 2020Interview with Probation Expert Anton van Kalmthout shares his views probation and alternative sanctions, and penal reform in Europe.
Slovakia Takes Up EPTA Leadership to Work Towards Better Prisons
07 January 2020Meetings at the end of last year saw Slovakia take over leadership of the European Penitentiary Training Academies, a network that aims to improve cooperation amongst penitentiary training academies.
Mirlinda is Going to University!
02 December 2019After a sccessful fundraising campaign this summer, "Mirlina" has started university. She will be studying criminology.
Bringing Together Penitentiary Academy Experts to Improve Prison Education Across Europe
12 November 2019International experts began work on a report on Europe’s most effective practices related to penitentiary training on leadership, dynamic security and managing difficult inmates.