Support well-being and personal expression, educational and rehabilitation processes of convicted young people through non-formal, musical, and technical education programs in European (and Turkish) correctional facilities.
Increase redemption opportunities for young people with criminal convictions or on probation, detention or postdetention through the development of occupational, artistic, and technological skills in the hip-hop market.
Improve the skills and intervention models of educators (generally youth workers) inside or outside of prison to incorporate and expand these music education processes in the criminal justice system.
Within the differences between national criminal justice systems, stabilise and increase the introduction of spaces/workshops for musical experimentation and production in correctional facilities, both those for juveniles (up to 18 or 22 years of age) and adults (18 and over).
Offer new professional and job opportunities to young inmates or former inmates, developing synergies and collaborations with music production and art companies.
The Music for Freedom project will produce four main results:
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