On the 19th of July 2019, the fourth INTEGRA Project meeting was held at the Center for the Study of Democracy headquarters in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Besides the host organisation and IPS_Innovative Prison Systems, representatives from the University of Toulouse Jean Jaurès (France), KEMEA Centre for Security Studies (Greece) and ICPA International Corrections and Prisons Association (the Netherlands) attended the meeting.
The purpose of this project meeting was to discuss the progress of the project outputs implementation, namely outputs 2 – Needs and Radicalisation Risk Assessment -, 3 – Mentoring Model and Programme- and 4 -Radicalisation prevention training programme for prisons, probation and community-, revise deadlines and activity leaders, and review administrative and financial topics.
Moreover, this project meeting also served the purpose of making the initial preparations concerning the upcoming Short-term Joint Staff Training Event that is scheduled to take place in November/December 2019 in Bulgaria.
Learn more about the INTEGRA project at www.integra-project.org