Présentations de la Conférence (en anglais uniquement)
suite "Drug use, mental health and drug services in prison" by Prof Heino Stöever, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences
suite "Penitentiary system and social reintegration services in Romania" by Mr Catalin Bejan, Deputy Director General of the Romanian National Administration of Penitentiaries (Romania)
suite "International Cooperation and funding the rehabilitation services for drug addicted persons in Romanian penitentiaries" by Mr Catalin Negoi-Nita, Head of International Department of the Romanian Anti-Drug Agency (Romania)
suite "Modifying the Therapeutic Communities for Romanian Penitentiaries", by Mr Rune Hafstad, Clinical Director of Phoenix Haga (Norway)
suite "Art therapy in prisons" by Prof. Peter Sinapius, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (Germany)
suite "Professional independence of health care workers in the penitentiary system" by Dr Jörg Pont, former medical adviser of the Ministry of Justice (Austria)
suite "Opiate substitution treatment and harm reduction in prisons: the Geneva model" by Dr Hans Wolff, Head of Geneva University Hospitals Unit of Penitentiary Medicine (Switzerland)
suite "Pyschological services of the department of penitentiary institutions of the Republic of Moldova" by Ms Svetlana Doltu and Ms Iuliana Adam, Department of Penitentiary Institutions (Molodva)
suite Video Presentation "Opiate substitution treatment in prisons in the Republic of Moldova" by Mr Robert Teltzrow (Pompidou Group)
suite "Drugs in Prisons - Interventions in Ukraine" by Ms Alla Shut, Pompidou Group Expert (Ukraine)
suite "Mental Health Services in Belgian prisons" by Dr Stefaan Todts, Prison Healthcare Service (Belgium)
suite "Drug treatment and risk assessment of drug using inmates in Serbia" by Dr Sanja Stojadinovic, Pyschologist Special Prison hospital Belgrade (Serbia)
suite "Drug treatment in Macedonian prisons" by Dr Elisaveta Sekulovska, Psychologist Ministry of Justice (Ex former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)
suite "Addiction services in Georgian prisons" by Dr David Otiashvili, Director Addiction Research Centre (Georgia)