Past Projects

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The project is implemented by the Active Inclusion Learning Network which is an European Social Fund transnational network involving countries such as: Belgium, Germany, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Sweden and the United Kingdom. The management of the network is ensured by the National Offender Management Service (UK). The aim of the Active Inclusion Learning Network is

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Facing the Presidency of the Council of the European Union in 2011, Hungary, and more closely the Hungarian Ministry of Interior was interested in strengthening the cooperation among the Member States of the region and enabling the national experts to exchange experiences in the field of crime prevention– in order to explore the potential of

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ESC members provided consultancy and training in Central and Eastern Europe: Albania (probation), Serbia (probation), Montenegro (probation), Moldova (prison & probation), Georgia (probation) and Romania (prison & probation). They also participated in projects situated in Western Europe (Finland, Germany, France, UK), Africa (Algeria) or Middle East  (Jordan). Directly, European Strategies Consulting was involved in the

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In 2010 the European Organisation for Probation (CEP) commissioned a literature review on resettlement research and practice in Europe. The terms of reference were: • To map resettlement best practices in Europe; • To identify what the known key factors for successful resettlement are • To outline pilots to improve resettlement practice which could realistically be included