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PCF-II.3-Prisons   II.3. Promoting penitentiary reforms ( from a punitive to a rehabilitative approach)
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01/01/2015 - 31/12/2017
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    Project Purpose 3      2015/DG I/JP/3243   Further Support for the Penitentiary Reform in Ukraine 1 000 000 
    (32 Activities) Narrative
    To strengthen the observation of human rights and rule of law in treatment of prisoners in Ukraine.
    International monitoring bodies report progress in meeting international standards and commitments of Ukraine in the areas covered by the project.

    The legislative framework is strengthened and national policies are improved towards a rehabilitative approach in the execution of the sentences in line with European standards.

    National policy for inspection of prison establishments, as well as for the review of prisoners’ complaints are reviewed and strengthened in line with European guidelines and best practices.
     
    - project survey results and penitentiary statistics;
    - CPT reports on regular and ad hoc visits to Ukraine;
    - CoE HR Commissioner’s reports;
    - ECtHR case law in respect of Ukraine;
    - PACE reports;
    - EU progress reports;
    - annual reports of IOs and NGOs on human rights situation in Ukraine.
     
     
    Expected Result 3.1 Improved treatment and rehabilitation of prisoners, in line with the European standards and best practices
    At least 1 amendment in policies and procedures regulating individualised sentence planning is introduced in line with European standards by the end of the 2nd year.

    Prisoners have access to at least 1 more type of regime activity or programme in 2 prison establishments by the end of the 3rd year;

    In at least 3 establishments the average time prisoners spend outside of their cells for meaningful activities is increased as identified by the survey done with the prison administration.

    - National authorities’ official websites and other publications on initiated legal or policy amendments and institutional changes.
    - EU Progress Report;
    - Reports of IOs and NGOs on human rights situation in penitentiary establishments;
    - Project Progress and Final Reports;
    - Project Activity Reports and Evaluation Report.
     
    Recommendations are based on established European practice, Ukraine's commitments deriving from CoE membership and take into account the country's political, economic and social context.

    Local partners have the capacity to commit adequate resources and time to project implementation.

    Project staff establish and maintain effective working relationships with representatives of the authorities.
    Expected Result 3.2 Strengthened procedures and practices, for prison inspection and handling of prisoners’ complaints.
    At least 1 amendment adopted in policies and procedures regulating prison inspection and handling of prisoners' complaints in line with European standards.

    A tool is available for the prison administration that provides systematic processing of information from prison inspection reports, to help prison managers' informed decision making and planning.

    - National authorities’ official websites and other publications on initiated legal or policy amendments and institutional changes.
    - EU Progress Report;
    - Reports of IOs and NGOs on human rights situation in penitentiary establishments;
    - Project Progress and Final Reports;
    - Project Activity Reports and Evaluation Report.
     
    Recommendations are based on established European practice, Ukraine's commitments deriving from CoE membership and take into account the country's political, economic and social context.

    Local partners have the capacity to commit adequate resources and time to project implementation.

    Project staff establish and maintain effective working relationships with representatives of the authorities.



     
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