Re-education Centre Buzias, subordinated to the Romanian National Administration of Penitentiary and Romanian Ministry of Justice was created in 2004 as a modern detention institution aiming to host young offenders sentenced for criminal acts. The Centre has been different form the similar institutions in the country, emphasizing not the traditional isolation but the young offenders’ protection and rehabilitation in a secure environment with educational values, towards social inclusion.
D.A.E. Association was founded in 2007 as a response to the needs of many youngsters and professionals from different fields. We offer a specialized service in challenging environments and we dedicate ourselves to criminological prevention, education of young people at risk of social exclusion, promotion and empowerment of the youth for better labor market integration and implementation of programs and workshops for professionals of Penal Execution and Juvenile Justice.
Eurosuccess Consulting, through a dynamic team of young scientists provides a comprehensive package of services addressing the needs of modern Cyprus enterprises especially on matters like innovation and technology. EUROSUCCESS identified, from the initial steps of its operations, the need for creating links between the Cyprus economy and the wider European market and put great emphasis on the exploitation of the potentials created by the accession of Cyprus in the European Union.
The University of Salerno is one of the largest university in southern Italy and It is made up of ten Faculties, organised into different Departments that have the role of promoting and developing research. The Department of Political, Social and Communication Science deals with innovative research in the field of ICT and communication, public and social policies, social health, poverty and marginalization. In recent years the Department has developed expertise on the relationship between deviant minors and new technologies for learning.
Fife Council is the third largest local authority in Scotland and the 11th largest in the UK. This means the Council has the capacity to recruit and retain high calibre staff and take advantage of economies of scale in the design and delivery of its services. The Council places a clear emphasis on valuing people, working in partnership with other agencies and focussing on improved performance across all service areas. The Council vision is to make Fife a truly great place to live and work. Fife Council promotes innovation and improvement by sharing resources, knowledge and learning across services and partners.