Families in Net (FINE) is an 18-month project responds to the need for information exchange and training in relation to training for practices focusing on the families of justice involved (or at-risk) youth with a specific focus on public-private partnerships.
Implemented in six EU countries (Italy, Germany, Greece, Romania, Spain, and the UK) and coordinated by the Department of Juvenile Justice of the Italian Ministry of Justice, FINE has the general objective of improving the capacity of the juvenile justice systems throughout Europe and associated actors to prevent juvenile delinquency through the effective utilization of consolidated family-focused good practices.
FINE recognizes the need for information exchange and development of family-focused practices—notably through access to training—throughout Europe. Family focused work is often unstructured and fragmented, making it difficult for practitioners to learn about and implement effective practices in use in other areas or countries.
MINISTRY OF JUSTICE – JUVENILE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT – Italy
Psychoanalytic Institute of Social Research (IPRS) – Italy
The Christian Youth Village Foundation of Germany – CJD Eutin (CJD) – Gernany
Family Rights Group (FRG) – UK
University Company of Social Research (CURS) Italy
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