Mission

Because “education for all” means that we must include our society’s most vulnerable and most marginalized members, such as prisoners, the mission of the UNESCO Chair in applied research for education in prison is to promote, stimulate and encourage applied research on various aspects of correctional education and to foster more in depth consideration and concrete actions in this matter on an international level.


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Testimonies On Education In Prison Experiences “Teachers – Instructors – Students, Male And Female”

The UNESCO Chair in Applied Research for Education in Prison is producing a newsletter devoted exclusively to testimonies of experiences of...

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List Of All Websites Referred To In The Articles In This Newsletter

World Prison Population List http://goo.gl/9ts4PP World Female Imprisonment list http://goo.gl/Lhn6H0 World Prison Brief http://www.prisonstudies.org/ Institute for Criminal Policy Research http://www.icpr.org.uk/ Portrait...

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Team Of Students And Teachers Of The School In The Federal Penitential At Donnacona, Quebec

At the request of Mr. Joël Garneau, director of the Portneuf school board, submitted to the Donnacona maximum security federal penitentiary...

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Researchers Honoured At Cégep Marie-Victorin

On February 11, in an homage that was both vibrant and festive, Cégep Marie-Victorin honoured the contribution of some fifty staff...

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UNESCO Chair In Applied Research For Education In Prison Award

The UNESCO Chair wanted to recognize the work in education of the instructors in prisons and has chosen to offer an...

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