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Waar een wil is, is een (uit)weg? Exit in de gevangenis: processen, programma’s en aanbevelingen

(2018) PANOPTICON. 39(1). p.18-33
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One of the priorities on the political agenda in Belgium is the approach of radicalization in prison. With a modified prison policy and the implementation of disengagement and de-radicalization programs during detention, the government tries to prevent detainees from radicalizing. The question is what the concrete content is and/or should be of such disengagement programs and to what extent they are effectively achieving their goal? In order to answer these questions, we look at the disengagement programs of three European countries: Denmark, the Netherlands and Germany. Based on these international insights and expertise, we identify a number of ‘good practices’ for the Belgian situation. Although the Belgian federal and Flemish government have taken a number of initial steps, it is clear that there is still much work to be done.
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prison policy, radicalisation, deradicalization, EXIT-programs

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De Pelecijn, Lana, Wim Hardyns, Jelle Janssens, Stef Decoene, and Lieven Pauwels. 2018. “Waar Een Wil Is, Is Een (uit)weg? Exit in De Gevangenis: Processen, Programma’s En Aanbevelingen.” Panopticon 39 (1): 18–33.
APA
De Pelecijn, L., Hardyns, W., Janssens, J., Decoene, S., & Pauwels, L. (2018). Waar een wil is, is een (uit)weg? Exit in de gevangenis: processen, programma’s en aanbevelingen. PANOPTICON, 39(1), 18–33.
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De Pelecijn L, Hardyns W, Janssens J, Decoene S, Pauwels L. Waar een wil is, is een (uit)weg? Exit in de gevangenis: processen, programma’s en aanbevelingen. PANOPTICON. Antwerpen-Apeldoorn: Maklu; 2018;39(1):18–33.
MLA
De Pelecijn, Lana, Wim Hardyns, Jelle Janssens, et al. “Waar Een Wil Is, Is Een (uit)weg? Exit in De Gevangenis: Processen, Programma’s En Aanbevelingen.” PANOPTICON 39.1 (2018): 18–33. Print.
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