From the 3rd until the 6th of July 2018 the Criminal Justice Platform Europe organised the 2nd edition of the Criminal Justice Summer Course together with the Centre of Legal Studies and Specialised Training in Barcelona. The conference was attended by 56 participants from seventeen countries.
The aim of the Summer Course is to examine key practice issues, inspire new thinking, promote cross-fertilisation and build new networks to improve services and practice in prison, probation and restorative justice. This years theme was radicalisation and violent extremism.
The summer course existed of a combination of workshops, plenary sessions and field visits. The workshops were delivered by seven experts:
- ‘Characteristics of violent extremist offenders’, by David Hansen, Liesbeth van der Heide and Maarten van Leyenhorst.
- ‘Exploring alternatives to detention’, by Ioan Durnescu and Oomar Shariff Mulbocus.
- ‘Reimagining violent extremism restoratively’, by Gema Varona, Claudia Mazzucato and Guido Bertagna.
Workshop Report ‘Characteristics of violent extremist offenders’
Workshop Report ‘Exploring alternatives to detention’
Workshop Report ‘Reimagining violent extremism restoratively’
Characteristics of violent extremist offenders
The presentations that were held during this workshop will not be published online. Contact EuroPris for more information.
Exploring alternatives to detention
Workshop 1 ‘Radicalisation and violent extremism: What we know’
Workshop 2 ‘Risk assessment VERA & ERG 22’
Workshop 3 and 4 by Oomar Mulbocus
Workshop 6 ‘Maintaining Change’
Reimagining violent extremism restoratively
The presentations that were held during this workshop will not be published online. Contact EFRJ for more information.