Epanodos

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The organization EPANODOS was created to facilitate and support every effort for social and professional integration of ex-detainees.

The Marangopoulos Foundation for Human Rights (MFHR)

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The main objectives of the MFHR are: research, study, promotion and dissemination, defense, protection and preservation of the internationally recognized Human Rights for all, without discrimination.  

U.S.A. – Rehabilitation Through The Arts

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RTA’s mission is to use the transformative power of the arts in order to develop the social and cognitive skills that prisoners need for successful reintegration into the community. RTA also seeks to raise public awareness of the humanity taking place behind prison walls.  

Synergy Theatre Project

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Synergy’s artistic mission is to create ground-breaking work across theatre and the criminal justice system which inspires change by capturing the imagination, affecting the feelings and attitudes of the performers and audience. The aim is for the artistic work to have a transformative effect on those who encounter it, whether prisoners, ex-prisoners or audience members.

Italy – Balamòs Teatro

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Balamòs Teatro is a Cultural Association that deals with the promotion and enhancement of theatrical culture. It operates nationally and internationally with specific projects in public schools of all grades, Universities, structures of physical and mental discomfort, the recovery community of drug addicts, prisons and degraded neighborhoods.  

Chile – CoArtRe

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Artists Corporation for Rehabilitation and Social Reintegration through Art. Τheatre as an instrument of spiritual support and artistic experience towards the path of social mobility.

Germany – aufBruch

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The aim of aufBruch is to give the prisoners a language, a voice and a face, which creates the possibility of an unprejudiced encounter between the outside and fide.

Juvenile Court Clerks Association

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The Association of Juvenile Court Clerks is the main public institution for outside treatment of minors (8-18 years old) who have committed an offense or are at risk of becoming perpetrators of criminal offenses. Our cooperation with minors aims to motivate them as well as their family environment in such a way, so that they … Continued

Crossroad of Arts

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The main goal of the Crossroads of Arts program is the smooth integration of third-country nationals into the Greek society through art. Citizens of third countries and Greek artists collaborate in theatrical and musical events, using multimedia which they then project, in order to combat xenophobia and negative stereotypes. Both sides work together in order … Continued

Bard Prison Initiative

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The Bard Prison Initiative extends the Bard College liberal arts curriculum into six New York State prisons. Students undergo a selective admission process, enroll full-time in the same courses that they would on Bard’s main campus and graduate with Bard College degrees. BPI students discover new strengths and direction that often fundamentally alter their relationship … Continued

Genepi

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Genepi is a student association that aims to promote the decentralization of prison institutions through the circulation of knowledge between its volunteers, the imprisoned and society. The association revolves around 2 intertwined pillars: information and public awareness, and reflection and training.

Prison University Project

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The mission of the Prison University Project is to provide an Arts degree program and college preparatory program, free of charge, to people at San Quentin State Prison. The PUP also aims to expand access to quality higher education for incarcerated people; and to foster the values of equity, civic engagement, independence of thought, and … Continued