5 Gardiner Row, D01 R3K1 Dublin Ireland
tel: 086 044 9351
tel: 086 044 9351
Informacja o organizacji
Release is driven by the belief that restoration is pos-sible for every person. We envision an Ireland where people with offences are treated with dignity, sup-ported to live transformed lives, and make positive contributions to their communities. We provide ser-vices in 2 Dublin prisions serving over 135 men.
Our Mission-58% of prisoners in Ireland reoffend within three years. For many of these offenders, loss or lack of significant personal relationships and sup-port was the most significant factor in their decision to commit a crime. We work with minority groups who are excluded from society and assist with their reintegration.
Release interrupts the revolving door of imprisonment by connecting prisoners with our trained volunteers from the community for mentoring. These mentors build relationships and self-esteem, provide con-sistency and accountability, and help prisoners to achieve goals – such as assessing employment oppor-otunites which are proven interventions in the pre-vention of crime.
Our Ethos-We are faith based but not faith biased, and serve all clients with the same uncompromising love, respect, and dedication; regardless of offence, religion, race, nationality, age, gender, sexual orienta-tion, disability or family status.
Komponent/działanie, którego partnerstwo dotyczyKomponent 2. Demokratyczne zaangażowanie i uczestnictwo obywatelskie Działanie 2.3. Projekty społeczeństwa obywatelskiego
Zakres tematyczny projektu
Rola partnera w projekcieRelease are looking for partners who work with prisoners in areas such as training skills, mentoring and reintegration for prisoners back into society.
Opis projektuStrand 2 Democratic engagement and civic participation Measure 2.3 Civil Society Projects
Understanding the causes of poor employment opportunities for ex-prisoners
Explore effective strategies which equip ex-prisoners to enter gainful employment and avoid re-offending.
Aims of project -To foster intercultural dialogue and mutual understanding to combat stigmatisati-on of prisoners and minority groups.
In areas such as:
Training for prisoners to help them develop employment seeking skills.
Mentor assistance and support to assist ex-prisoners in gaining employment.
Demonstrating a positive impact on reducing re-offending by beneficiaries of this project.
Examine examples of successful projects in diffe-rent EU countries.
Release’s preference is to be a partner in a project led by another EU country.