Prisoners / Projects

First Programme of Community action in the field of public health (2003-2008)
Integrated responses to drugs and infections across the European criminal justice systems [CONNECTIONS]
The project aims to contribute to the development of more effective, inclusive and accessible HIV/AIDS (and other drug-related infections) and drug prevention, policies and services for ‘at-risk’ ...
The project aims to contribute to the development of more effective, inclusive and accessible HIV/AIDS (and other drug-related infections) and drug prevention, policies and services for ‘at-risk’ populations throughout the criminal justice systems of the European Union Member States and accession countries.
Start date: 01/09/2007 - End date: 01/09/2010

Call: Health Determinants (Hd 2006)
Topic: Prisoners
First Programme of Community action in the field of public health (2003-2008)
Training Criminal Justice Professionals in Harm Reduction Services for Vulnerable Groups [TCJP]
The general objective of the project is to develop and improve the training for professionals working in the criminal justice system on the front line with problematic drug users, specifically aiming ...
The general objective of the project is to develop and improve the training for professionals working in the criminal justice system on the front line with problematic drug users, specifically aiming at the subsequent implementation and sustainability of harm reduction programmes for vulnerable groups to prevent transmission of infectious diseases.
Start date: 01/12/2007 - End date: 01/12/2010

Call: Health Determinants (Hd 2007)
Topic: Prisoners
First Programme of Community action in the field of public health (2003-2008)
Increasing Public Health Safety Alongside the New Eastern European Border Line [PHBLM]
This project will contribute to increasing the public health safety of all EU member states and help provide appropriate healthcare to migrants entering the European Union border area as a fundamental...
This project will contribute to increasing the public health safety of all EU member states and help provide appropriate healthcare to migrants entering the European Union border area as a fundamental human right. The project will target the eastern external border of the enlarged EU where the implementation of the Schengen criteria is an ongoing process (Hungary, Poland and Slovakia). In support of the increased general security provided by Schengen II, the project aims to develop a public health and border management module (PHBMM) as well as a proposal for structural changes in the public health services of targeted border sectors.
Start date: 04/06/2007 - End date: 04/06/2010

Call: Responding Rapidly And In A Co-Ordinated Fashion To Health Threats (Ht 2006)
Topic: Prisoners