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Below you will find the archived news articles sent out by Children of Prisoners Europe (at the time we were Eurochips) during the duration of the COPING Project.  

The news was disseminated throughout the course of the project to the Eurochips’ database and COPING team – which aided in raising awareness about the various elements surrounding the issue of children of prisoners across Europe.


Final Report from COPING research launched 9 July

24th July 2013 This month, the Final Report for the recently completed EU-funded FP7 Framework research study Children of Prisoners: Interventions and Mitigations to Strengthen Mental Health (COPING) was launched. The research represents a milestone for children of prisoners. Engaging over 1,500 children, care-givers, imprisoned parents and stakeholders across four focus countries (Germany, Romania, Sweden, UK) as…

University of Huddersfield hosts ‘School Information Day’

18th July 2012 The University of Huddersfield held an innovative day-long ‘Schools Information Day: Children of Prisoners’ on April 27th. The event was led by Pr. Adele Jones, director of the Centre for Applied Childhood Studies, and spotlighted professionals discussing the needs of children with imprisoned parents. The event highlighted preliminary COPING research findings in…

6 November COPING Conference

18th October 2012 The Eurochips staff have been preparing for the upcoming conference Coping with a Parent in Prison: An Agenda for Policy reform to take place on 6 November in Brussels. The event marks the end of the 3-year COPING research project. Bolstered by a child’s rights framework, more than 800 children affected by…

COPING end of project conference to be held in Brussels

18th July 2012 COPING partners have spent the past six months gearing up for the end-of-project conference, Coping With a Parent in Prison: An Agenda for Policy Reform, to be held 6 November 2012 in Brussels to showcase research findings. With the objective of utilizing research findings to work towards EU policy-reform initiatives, the planning…

COPING project expected results & findings

18th July 2012 The COPING project research is entering its final stage, so comment upon the impacts of it at this point is still premature. However, throughout the four nations in which the research is conducted, five main themes have been emerging from the in-depth child-centred interviews. These themes were highlighted last October and all…

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