From imprisonment to inclusion: life after prison
The Démosthène Association and the International Human Rights Institute for Peace are pleased to invite you to a symposium organized on February 3, 2012 at the University of Caen, amphitheatre Oresme, Law Department, from 9 to 17, on the theme of the rehabilitation of former convicts, entitled “from imprisonment to inclusion: life after prison”.
The goal of the symposium is to study and analyse the stakes and the complex conditions of this fundamental issue. Its success partly depends on the prevention of crime.
The current policy does not provide any “framework” organization at the national level for the essential step of the former convicts’ coming back to the social community. As such, the complexity of the former convicts’ situation is based on economic, social and psychological obstacles, which often lead to exclusion and precariousness, and therefore, they are more likely to commit a second offence.
These themes, their analyses and the proposals that have emerged, will be suggested during the event by multidisciplinary experts on the field.
“Prison: between words and walls. Unspoken words”
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