Real Life Multiplier Event in Lithuania

27th June, 2017 will be held the Real Life project Conference. The event will take place in Vilnius, Lithuania and will focus on three important goals: to launch the website /and, to initiate creation of a Social Impact Bond and finding new partners who will implement the Real Life game after the project.[…]

What is Non-Formal Education?

Non-formal education became part of the international discourse on education policy in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It can be seen as related to the concepts of recurrent and lifelong learning. Non-formal education is about ‘acknowledging the importance of education, learning and training which takes place outside recognized educational institutions’. Four characteristics came be[…]

Meeting in Kocaeli

The third Real Life meeting took place in Kocaeli, Turkey, on 12-13 January 2017. During the week from 9 to 13 January, the Pilot in the Kocaeli prison was organised with several inmates and the collaboration of Turkish mentors and Real Life partners. Please take a look at the great pictures made by the Dutch partners:[…]

Preparation of Real Life Meeting & Pilot 2 in Turkey

The fourth Real Life meeting and second Pilot of  Real Life is going to take place  in Kocaeli Open Correctional Institution  in Kocaeli, Turkey on 10-13 January 2017. Project mentor’s Sinem Çetin present Reallife to prisoners a week before pilot and 10 Participants will be choosen  inbetween voluınteers. Over 18 years-old and male  participants[…]

Criminal Sanctions Against Recidivists in Turkish Penal Law

You can find here a study on Criminal Sanctions against Recidivists in Turkish Law by the academic Benay ÇAYLAK, which aims to analyze and explain the issue of recidivism which refers to repetition of criminal behaviour by the same offender, within the context of the Turkish Penal Code of 2005 which approaches recidivists differently, as opposed to the former[…]

Meeting at Alexander House Locked Rehabilitation Service, UK

On the 28 March 2016, members of Nottingham Trent University’s Interactive Systems Research Group, five staff and five patients of Alexander House Rehabilitation Centre organised a meeting at Alexander House Locked Rehabilitation Service, Mansfield. The patients were to be participants in game play and game creation discussions as part of the Real Life project, and[…]