European Strategies Consulting

EPHEUS – Promoting fundamental rights in (post) pandemic times in cross-border proceedings

The EPHESUS project focuses on enhancing judicial cooperation in civil and criminal matters within the EU, especially in the post-pandemic context. It aims to address challenges related to the European arrest warrant, emphasizing the need for a balanced and rights-respecting application, particularly concerning digital and remote justice processes. The project targets judges and prosecutors, intending […]

Copper – European Volunteering in Probation

  CoPPer aims to increase community participation as a vital element that can enhance the work of probation staff in supporting these often low-qualified adults to pursue education, training and employment opportunities once outside prison or while serving community sanctions.​ Our objective in the project is to bring together European organisations from probation system, civil […]

J-CAP – Judicial cooperation for the enhancement of mutual recognition regarding probation measures and alternative sanctions

The J-CAP project aims at improving the execution of FD 2008/947, through an awareness raising approach, but also through the development of practical material (e.g., guidance booklet, contextualised glossary, updated software) to facilitate the execution of 947’s instrument) – having judges and magistrates as its primary target group, but also involving lawyers. Objectives to lay […]

PARTES – Participatory approaches to protecting places of worship

Project summary: PARTES proposes a comprehensive model for the protection of places of worship that is evidence-based, inclusive and participatory. In order to effectively combat the security threats posed to PoW, it is essential to understand the underlying violent extremist phenomenon and its concrete manifestations in relation to these targets; involve faith-based communities in policies and […]

Reunion – Rehabilitation of foreign inmates within the scope of FD 2008/909/JHA

The REUNION project (Rehabilitation of foreign inmates within the scope of FD 2008/909/JHA) aims at contributing to a more frequent execution of FD 2008/909/JHA via mutual learning activities, through the update and creation of training materials (e.g., a thematic database of jurisprudence, case-law workbook) but also by the implementation of training activities to enhance the proper execution […]

PREP – Prisoner reintegration through entrepreneurship and Psychology

PREP is an Erasmus+ project (KA220-ADU-A5190BFC) which aims to design and evaluate a new integrated approach to an entrepreneurship education program for prisoners. These programs are evidence-based approaches to reduce the recidivism rate among prisoners, but given that most entrepreneurial ideas fail, a program that solely focuses on business aspects is not enough for achieving […]

UpFamilies – Online resources to support prisoners’ families

        Despite the significant developments made in the Criminal Justice System field, namely investing in offenders’ social reintegration programmes during detention or community measures, little attention has been paid to prisoners’ families and their needs during the re- entry process. The experience of incarceration has a series of economic, social, and psychological […]

DIGICOR – Digitalisation in Corrections towards Recidivism Reduction

DIGICOR “Digitalisation in corrections towards reduced recidivism”, reference no. 2020-1-DE02-KA226-VET-00833 is a project financed by ERASMUS+ programme, KA2 – Cooperation for Innovation and Exchange of Good Practices, Partnerships for Digital Education Readiness. The COVID-19 pandemic appears to mark a far-reaching turning point for the relationship between prison administrations and technology. It offers a glimpse at a future configuration of prison […]


Developing a European framework for disengagement and reintegration of extremist offenders and radicalised individuals in prison, including returning foreign terrorist fighters and their families – EUTex is the first project dedicated to disengagement and reintegration of extremist offenders, including foreign fighters and their families. The aim of the project is to create a European framework […]

Training of Refugee Offenders by Virtual Reality

Objectives The aim of the present project is to close language barrier gap and provide rehabilitation for substance user refugee probationers developing a virtual reality programme to improve their coping skills (problem solving and emotion regulation skills). Substance use will be used as a sign of deficiency in coping skills; focus will be on teaching […]