RENYO E+ Project launches

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Educational interest

RENYO E+ Project
Re-Engaging Young Offenders with Education & Learning
8-9th November 2018

The RENYO Project had its Kick Off Meeting last week. Partners from Italy, Spain and Germany, as well as local partners from a secure custodial setting and a learning analytics specialist organisation joined Dr Adeela ahmed Shafi, Sian Templeton, Rebecca Pritchard and Tristan Middleton at the University of Gloucestershire.

This was the first meeting in a 3-year project and the team discussed the key outcomes of the project and how they were going to be achieved. Feedback from partners included fantastic organisation of their visit (thank you to the University of Gloucestershire academic team and the UFO team!) and a project that is one that is vital for reaching the most hard to reach young people in society and working to improve their lives.

We will keep you updated on the project as it continues as a dedicated website is currently being worked on. For the meantime, please visit our page on the Erasmus + website for more details.

» View Dr Adeela ahmed Shafi’s recent paper entitled Researching young offenders: navigating methodological challenges and reframing ethical responsibilities.

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