International conference to be held for informational purposes regarding results of Correctional Services Programme and projects of Norwegian Financial Mechanism in Latvia
On Thursday, October 26, at Mark Rothko Art Centre in Daugavpils will be held closing conference for the Correctional Services Programme implemented within the framework of Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009 - 2014.
First opening anniversary of the Addiction Centre of Olaine prison
On October 5, 2017 first opening anniversary of the Addiction Centre of Olaine prison was celebrated.
Festival "LAMPA" holds discussion "Execution of Criminal Penalty in Latvia – for Revenge or Justice?"
The Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009-2014 planning period comes closer to an end. In order to acknowledge what has been done, newly established and achieved across all programmes of the planning period, the Ministry of Finance invited all programme managers and recipients of funding to come together within the conversation festival "Lampa" and inform the Latvian public about what has been achieved.
Projects of the Norwegian Financial Mechanism at the conversation festival "Lampa"
The conversation festival “Lampa” became known to wider Latvian society in 2015, becoming one of most eye-catching sets of intellectual events in summer in Latvia with an extensive programme and open, cooperation-oriented environment for various public and non-governmental organizations.
Information on the work accomplished in the framework of the State Probation Service project No. LV08/1 "Increasing the Application of Alternatives to Imprisonment (Including Possible Pilot Project on Electronic Surveillance)"
Norwegian Financial Mechanism programme LV08 “Reform of the Latvian Correctional Services and Police Detention Centres” State Probation Service (hereinafter - SPS) project No. LV08/1 "Increasing the Application of Alternatives to Imprisonment (Including Possible Pilot Project on Electronic Surveillance)" (hereinafter - the Project) was implemented from 3 June 2013 to 30 April 2017. This is the largest development project in the history of the SPS with the total budget of 2 733 518.73 EUR.