Prison education. Family life and Civilization – a reintegration pathway
- Greek Ministry of Citizen Protection,
- Prof. Chr. Zarafonitou, Epanodos President of Board,
- Fotini Milioni, Epanodos Director, representative of the CUP project
- Yannis Petsas (PhD prison policy) “The effect of education on the reintegration of prisoners”
- Ioannis Fovos, Director of Educational Units of Youth Detention Center of Volos – “Education and training in prison as a pathway towards employability and reintegration”
- Yorgos Trantas, Director of Education Units of Larissa prison, Member of Epea Hellas Board – «Difficulties and challenges during the pandemic»
- Marios Vryonides (academic expert, European University Cyprus, CUP project) – “Motives and expectations of young prisoners for their participation in prison educational programmes”
- Theo van de Veerdonk (Tirantes / Netherlands) – “Outside in, inside out”
- Intervention by the Greek Ministry of Citizen Protection
- George Nikolaidis, Psychiatrist, Head of Dep. of Mental Health & Social Welfare, Centre for Study & Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect – “Communication of prisoners with their children: short and long-term benefits”
- Christos Psychos, Director of Grevena Prison – “The role of family in the smooth social reintegration of prisoners. Pilot program implementation in Grevena Prison”.
- Martha Lempesi, Sociologist, Epanodos – “Dreams and expectations of women prisoners as regards social reintegration: The family factor”
- Tina Törrönen, FREEDOM GATE GREECE – “The support of family environment of prisoners and the management of prison time”.
- Katerina Pournara (Street lawyering project, HumanRights360) “Ex-prisoners’ homelessness and the lack of supportive family framework”
- Αnna Kasapoglou, PhD of Criminology for University of Thrace, Member of SEP, Greek Open University – “Literature as a point of encounter of prisoners and art workers”
- Sofia Giovanoglou, PhD from the Law School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Coordinator of Intercultural Education – “Cesare deve morire”: Theatre art as a factor of transition from prison cell towards freedom”
- Stathis Grapsas, Director, facilitator of programs within Greek prisons – “The Personal Development Workshop for Prisoners during the pandemic”.
- Claudio Montagna, Art director at the Teatro e Società Association – “The theater as a way to convey knowledge between prison and city community.”
- Intervention from the Women Prisoners and Ex-prisoners’ Supporting Network.