Gabriela Slováková bude jednou z mluvčích na European Prison Regime Forum Webinar

Registrace trvá chvilinku, zájemci o účast mohou v kolonce zaměstnavatele napsat Prison Service of the Czech Republic, prison staff.
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The role of sports in reintegration and improved employability
In its 2019 status report on prison health in the WHO European Region, the WHO stressed that prisons need to be health-enabling environments that can contribute to an improvement in health and well-being. It recommends that time spent in custody should be used to improve existing health conditions through appropriate treatments and modify health-risk behaviour for noncommunicable diseases through, for example, physical activity. Next to these important health aspects, sport can also have a considerable value for prisoners in increasing their chance for a successful reintegration back into society and for better chances for employment after release.
In the half-day online workshop of the European Prison Regime Forum on 13 April (10-13am CET) the value of sports will be a central topic and some good practices will be presented on how sport initiatives and contacts with sport clubs have brought positive results for (ex) prisoners.
Presentations will be given amongst others on:
Yellow ribbon run giving a second chance for persons with a criminal past in the Czech Republic
Inmates acquiring skills for a better return to society by organizing and participating in races in Catalonia
Playing football with a professional football club in the Netherlands to learn core values
Twinning 62 prisons with their nearest Premier League and English Football League clubs to improve opportunities to gain employment on release
Building a sustainable partnerships with a community sports clubs for adding specialist trainers to prison staff…/european-prison-regime…/