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Tuesday 19th of November 2019

IJJO Conference

IV Conferencia Internacional OIJJ - Desarrollo de sistemas de justicia juvenil integradores: Enfoques y metodologías en trastornos mentales y abuso de drogas

European Programmes

DAPHNE PROGRAMME
EUROPEAN COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS AND KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER ON MENTAL-HEALTH RESOURCES FOR YOUNG OFFENDERS (MHYO)

Daphne III ProgrammeEuropean Comparative Analysis and Knowledge Transfer on Mental-Health resources for Young Offenders (MHYO). Within the Daphne III Programme, the European Commission has supported the IJJO in developing an analysis and comparison project together with European organizations and institutions that share its interests and concerns over the current situation of young offenders with mental difficulties in Europe. As such, the ultimate goal of this common proposal over the next two years is the future development of good practices and tailored professional training on young people’s evolutionary and psychological processes, taking into account their individual needs, from an integrative and multidisciplinary perspective on the part of the justice and health systems.

Members

  • Ms. Monika Barciszewska
    Fundacja Diagrama, Pomoc Psychospoleczna. Poland.
  • Mr. Erwan Besnard
    Association Diagrama, Intervention Psychosociale. France.
  • Ms. Helena Bolieiro
    Centre for Judicial Studies. Portugal.
  • Ms. Sabrina Brutto
    Don Calabria Institute. Verona. Italy.
  • Mr. Silvio Ciappi
    Don Calabria Institute. Verona. Italy.
  • Mr. Cédric Foussard
    International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO). Belgium.
  • Mr. Antonio Gastaldi Mateo
    Director-General of Justice and Minors of the Regional Ministry of Justice and Public Administration of the Generalitat Valenciana, Spain.
  • Dr. Daniel Gorans
    Child psychiatrist, Head of department, responsible for SHIP (Child Psychiatry Inter-sector Hospitalization Service), Nantes. France.
  • Mr. Gillian Jesson
    Pupil Parent Partnership Ltd. United Kingdom.
  • Mr. Brian de Lord
    Pupil Parent Partnership Ltd. United Kingdom.
  • Mr. Everhardt Lubbers
    Work-Wise. Netherlands.
  • Mr. Sebastien Marchand
    Association Diagrama, Intervention Psychosociale. France.
  • Ms. María Luisa Martínez Pastor
    Fundación Diagrama Intervención Psicosocial. Spain
  • Mr. Ignacio Mayoral Narros
    Director. International School of Juvenile Justice. Belgium.
  • Mr. David McGuire
    Diagrama Foundation. United Kingdom.
  • Ms. Amparo Pozo Martínez
    Fundación Diagrama Intervención Psicosocial. Spain
  • Ms. Agustina Ramos Gutiérrez
    International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO). Belgium.
  • Ms. Daniela dos Santos
    International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO). Belgium.
  • Ms. Irma Van der Veen
    Work-Wise. Netherlands.
  • Ms. Aline Yamamoto
    United Nations Latin American Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of offenders (ILANUD). Brazil.

EUROPEAN PROGRAMME DREJC
'DRUG-RELATED AND JUVENILE CRIME'

The objective of the IJJO within the European Project DREJC, financed by the Directorate-General for Justice, Freedom and Security of the European Commission, is to stimulate, promote and develop multidisciplinary and European methods to strategically prevent juvenile delinquency related to the use of drugs. The goal of the project is to develop an international study as well as some innovative recommendations about the intervention procedures with minor offenders and drug addicts in the interface between the criminal and treatment measures.

Members

  • Mr. Cédric Foussard
    International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO). Belgium.
  • Ms. Andrea Kemper
    University of Bremen. Germany.
  • Ms. María Luisa Martínez Pastor
    Fundación Diagrama Intervención Psicosocial. Spain
  • Mr. Silvio Masín
    Don Calabria Institute. Verona. Italy.
  • Mr. Ignacio Mayoral Narros
    Director. International School of Juvenile Justice. Belgium.
  • Ms. Alessandra Minesso
    Don Calabria Institute. Verona. Italy.
  • Mr. Helmut Polllaehne
    University of Bremen. Germany.
  • Ms. Amparo Pozo Martínez
    Fundación Diagrama Intervención Psicosocial. Spain
  • Ms. Mª José Villar Moreno
    Fundación Diagrama Intervención Psicosocial. Spain.
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