Online course available starting from July 21st, 2021
Application at www.bcompetent.eu
The European project B-COMPETENT (2019-21), co-funded by the Justice Programme, is launching a new free online course aimed at providing prison staff with a set of multidisciplinary skills related to human rights protection of foreign inmates, in line with EU and international laws and standards.
The online course and the training materials have been designed and developed by 7 Partners from Italy, Spain, and Albania: University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, University of Barcelona-OSPDH, Bosch i Gimpera Foundation, Antigone Association, Albanian Ombudsman, European Center Foundation, and Prodos Consulting.
The course is mainly targeted to:
Contents and structure
The training path combines 10 e-learning modules and 6 online workshops.
The e-learning course will provide useful insights into legislative frameworks and key aspects of the management of Foreign Nationals in prison: European standards in the work with foreign inmates, right to access to justice and other rights (communications, health), conditions of detained women with minor children, access to penitentiary work, restorative justice, to mention some of the most relevant issues.
Six online workshops will be organized in Italy, Spain, France, Greece, Albania and Montenegro in November 2021. Each workshop, led by B-COMPETENT trainers and highly qualified international experts, will address country-specific issues from an international perspective, focusing on best practices exchange and case studies. Participants will be actively involved through discussion panels and Q&A sessions with experts. Each webinar will be held in the language of the country hosting the event.
The calendar and the program of the online workshops will be soon available at https://www.bcompetent.eu/workshop/
To apply for the course fill out the sign up form