This paper analyses and interprets the importance of training activities in prisons. In the first part, the prison context is analyzed from a point of regulatory evolution and then move on to the role of training. The reflection on the nature of the training of persons detained in prison institutions, as well as on the current configuration of the same, starts first of all from a preliminary question, namely the meaning of training in difficult contexts. A reversal of the trend in the process of codifying training in prison organizations is therefore necessary, starting with the rediscovery of the classical sense of ‘human training’. For this reason, it moves on to analyse, ultimately, the importance of the pedagogy of well-being in prison as an indispensable action for reintegration into civil society.
|Titolo:||EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN PRISON: FROM PENITENTIARY PEDAGOGY TO WELLNESS PEDAGOGY|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2021|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|