Everyone deserves a second chance in life. But how can you best support people who were just released from prison? What does quality support look like where it comes to the rehabilitation and resocialisation of inmates, former inmates and probationers? And what level of additional support does a person who uses drugs need in this process? A new project in Georgia intends to set the standard.
Starting in January 2017, the Georgian Center for Information and Counseling on Reproductive Health - TANADGOMA - dives into ‘transition management’. Mainline is proud to partner with them in this important, EU-funded project.
The title of the new project in Georgia is ‘Improved opportunities for psycho-social rehabilitation and re-socialization of inmates, former inmates and probationers in Georgia’. This title reflects the main objective of the project perfectly.
In the framework of the EU-supported project, the three, more specific, objectives are:
Mainlines contribution to the project falls under the third objective. In the coming year, we will study best practices in ‘transition management’ in Europe.
The study will feed into the Georgian counterpart study, which is analysing the current situation in Georgia.
Both reports will form the evidence-base for future advocacy efforts. The Rehabilitation Initiative for Vulnerable Groups (RIVG) in Georgia is the third partner to the project.