ExOCoP Final Reports and Supporting Documents
Three main reports were produced by ExOCoP for dissemination and mainstreaming of our results and recommendations:
The Lessons Learned
Two sub-projects took place during the span of the project:
'Knowledge Management' aimed to efficiently bring diverse knowledge and share good practice on a Europe-wide platform across all levels:
Knowledge Management Executive Summary (pdf, 269.2 KB)
Knowledge Managament Final Report (pdf, 316.2 KB)
'Evaluation' aimed to find out 'what works' when evaluating European projects in this field, with a view effectively mainstreaming evaluation plans which deliver usable, comparable data.
Evaluation Sub Project Executive Summary (pdf, 1 MB)
Evaluation Sub Project Final Report (pdf, 1.1 MB)
Cooperation with EC DG Education and Culture led to additional input and output:
Jo Hawley: Prison education and training in Europe - a review and commentary of existing literature, analysis and evaluation. Directorate General for Education and Culture, European Commission. Ms. 6 May 2011 (pdf, 1.3 MB)
On February 22-24, the great European Conference "Pathways to Inclusion - Strengthening European Cooperation in Prison Education and Training" took place in Budapest, Hungary. It has been organised by the DG Education and Culture. You will find all presentations on the website of the conference.
Updating of the Budapest Papers:
GRUNDTVIG AND LEONARDO DA VINCI: Analysis of Projects and Key Messages. Paper prepared by GHK, at the request of the European Commission, Directorate Generale for Education and Culture. Background paper for the Conference “Pathways to Inclusion”, Budapest, 22-24 February 2010. Revised version January 2012. (pdf, 371.3 KB)
GRUNDTVIG AND LEONARDO DA VINCI: Cataloque of Projects on Prison Education and Training. Paper prepared by GHK, at the request of the European Commission, Directorate Generale for Education and Culture. Background paper for the Conference “Pathways to Inclusion”, Budapest, 22-24 February 2010. Revised version January 2012. (pdf, 1.2 MB)