On 11-12 July, the European Social Network (ESN) hosted a workshop in Athens where we explored how important it is to prevent youth offending and to integrate young offenders in society. The workshop discussions took into account young offenders’ social, health, education, and employment needs, whilst comparing the different responses of public authorities across Europe.
We looked at the different needs of young offenders around mental health and wellbeing, educational attainment, social and active inclusion with a view to understanding the drivers and barriers to a young person’s rehabilitation into society.
- Delegate pack
- Presentations (members only)
- More relevant publications from the International Juvenile Justice Observatory
- ESN's article 'Service cooperation for prevention and intervention against youth offending'