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Health Promotion for Young Prisoners (HPYP): Guidelines for National Literature Reviews

Health Promotion for Young Prisoners (HPYP): Guidelines for National Literature Reviews

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Scientific Institute of the Medical Association of German Doctors

These are the guidelines for the national literature reviews to be provided by the associated partners of the HPYP project until the end of August 2010.

Tags: People who are/were in prisons, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Care and support, Harm reduction, Treatment
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Health Promotion for Young Prisoners (HPYP): Final Evaluation Report

Health Promotion for Young Prisoners (HPYP): Final Evaluation Report

by
Caren Weilandt, WIAD

The project evaluation of the Health Promotion for Young Prisoners (HPYP) project was carried out by Professor Morag MacDonald from Birmingham City University.

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Health Promotion for Young Prisoners (HPYP): Literature Review Romania

by
Anamaria Szabo

The main systems responsible with offender rehabilitation in Romania are the social work system and the criminal justice system. The first targets non-criminally liable under-aged offenders and uses as rehabilitation means a series of special protection measures, which aim at protecting their...

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Health Promotion for Young Prisoners (HPYP): Literature review Latvia

by
Anda Karnite, MPH

According to the Youth Law of the Republic of Latvia young people are
persons from 13 to 25 years of age.

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Health Promotion for Young Prisoners (HPYP): Literature Review England and Wales

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This review presents an overview of the national literature about health promotion amongst young people in prison in the UK.

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Health Promotion for Young Prisoners (HPYP): Literature review of Estonia

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The “Guidelines for Development of Criminal Policy until 2018”1 for Estonia define long-term objectives and activities on the basis of which the public sector shall plan and perform its activities. One of the primary objectives is juvenile delinquency.

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Health Promotion for Young Prisoners (HPYP): Literature Review GERMANY

by
Caren Wiegand (M.A.)

In Germany, the criminal liability of a young offender depends after all on the age of the young person by the time of the offence. There is a difference made in between a juvenile (between 14 and under 18 years old) and a young adult (between 18 and under 21 years old).

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Health Promotion for Young Prisoners (HPYP): Literature Review Czech Republic

by
JUDr. Michaela Štefunková, PhD.; Mgr. Martin Bayer; Mgr. Kateřina Grohmannová

The main aim of the following document is to provide a short overview regarding the issue of health promotion for young prisoners in the Czech Republic.

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Health Promotion for Young Prisoners (HPYP): Research Report Bulgaria

by
Ivan Popov

The Association of Varna Organizations for Drug Prevention has been involved in the project ‘’Health Promotion For Young Prisoners (HPYP)” since 2010. It is coordinated by the Scientific Institute of the Medical Association of German Doctors (WIAD), and is financed by EC.

Tags: Youth, People who are/were in prisons, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Central Europe, Care and support, Harm reduction, Treatment
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Health Promotion for Young Prisoners (PYP): Toolkit for Prison Staff

by
Scientific Institute of the Medical Association of German Doctors

Young prisoners have particular needs that are different from other prisoners. They are often more disadvantaged than their counterparts in the community and this can have a negative impact on their health.

Tags: Youth, People who are/were in prisons, Central Europe, Treatment, Care and support, Harm reduction
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