NAUSS Seminar Discusses Means to Develop Performance of Female Workers in Prisons and Rehabilitation Institutions

NAUSS Seminar Discusses Means to Develop Performance of Female Workers in Prisons and Rehabilitation Institutions
Naif Arab University for Security Sciences

Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS) Seminar on rehabilitation and development of female workers in prisons and rehabilitation institutions is kicked off today in Tunisia with the participation of 73 female workers in prisons and rehabilitation institutions from seven Arab countries including Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Bahrain, Tunisia, Iraq, Libya, and Mauritania.

The five-day seminar is organized by NAUSS in cooperation with the Tunisian General Directorate of Prisons and Rehabilitation and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Office for the Gulf Cooperation Council Region (OGCCR).

The seminar aims to identify and address the most prominent challenges in prisons and reform centers, keep pace with the latest rehabilitation, reform, and reintegration programs offered to inmates, and introduce methods of psychological and social care for post-inmates and released prisoners, in addition to a community partnership to prevent former inmates from returning to crime.

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