Founded in 2003, The Children’s Ombudsman’s main purpose is to defend and promote children’s rights. It offers legal coverage, advice, psychotherapeutic care and is in constant contact with organizations that can support children’s rights. http://www.0-18.gr
Category: JUVENILE PRISONERS
PRAKSIS is an independent N.G.O. which provides humanitarian aid in a wide range of fields (including medical, legal, social welfare, psychological and financial) to socially vulnerable groups in need regardless of: color, race, religion, age, nationality, ideology or political beliefs, through an array of programs. PRAKSIS is active throughout Greece, mostly in the regions of … Continued
The Racist Violence Recording Network (RVRN) was established in 2011 by the Greek National Commission for Human Rights and the Greek Office of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency. Today, RVRN consists of 46 non-governmental organizations and civil society actors, as well as the Greek Ombudsman and the Migrants’ Integration Council of the Municipality of Athens, … Continued
The Special Juvenile Detention Center in Avlona, is a detention facility for young prisoners aged 18 to 21. Our policy is based on four principles: Security, Humanitarian treatment, Education, Rehabilitation-Reintegration.
Website of Youth Detention Centre High School in Avlona.
KETHEA is the largest rehabilitation and social reintegration network in Greece. It has been providing its services to drug addicts and their families 1983. Its services are offered free of charge on the street and in prisons and rehabilitation units around Greece. KETHEA also helps people suffering from other forms of addiction including alcohol, gambling … Continued
With the primary goal of contact with art and creation, engaging in artistic activities and organizing creative groups has been an integral part of KETHEA’s Therapeutic programs since the founding of the organization.
KETHEA STROFI is aimed at teenagers aged 13-21 years, and their families.
OKANA’s work and programmes focus on prevention, treatment and social reintegration of people facing problems related to substance use.
The Second Chance School of Larissa is housed in an independent space, within the Larissa Detention Centre. Founded in 2004, it’s the first such establishment in Greece. More than 700 students have attended, many of whom have also participated in cultural events focusing on psychology and professional re-integration. According to the students’ self-evaluation, the school … Continued
LLECA is a Nicaraguan cultural-artistic organization, created by and for youth, whose objective is to establish spaces of communication, creation, reflection, and freedom. Since 2009, Lleca (slang for ‘street’) is the only continuous artistic educational process of theater in prison, where inmate theater groups are founded and train every year.
YiP is an international NGO that enables children and young people in conflict with the law, to contribute positively to society through creative and sports development programmes, in prison and after release.