PROJECT: One day in Prison Objective | To make young people for the exercise of responsible citizenship and prevent

crime Recipients | Youth integrated into social groups (schools, the host institutions, leisure, etc.). Organizations | Schools, protected by social security institutions, NGOs and other organizations IPSS Duration of each session of the project | The project includes three phases: preparation sessions with the recipients, a day spent in prison and subsequent sessions dynamized by organizations within the young. Methodology Previous Sessions- Phase I | The sessions include two previous occasions: a) presentation and awareness for organizations benefiting from the project and b) encouragement of training sessions with teachers / monitors-ers and young beneficiaries. Day in Prison- Phase II | The day takes place in prison on three occasions: 1. I am deprived of liberty! Young people are involved in a simulated experience in the prison environment, which allows them to feel what it means to be deprived of freedom. Know a little of all facets of prison life, in view of a prisoner. This will be managed by technical staff and the prison guard 2. I understand the importance of having control over my life. In conversation with selected prisoners, young people are aware of the attitudes and behavior that means not having control over the construction of their lives and are invited to take consider the consequences of this omission. The prisoners, are asked to tell participants their personal experiences, in particular how they were involved in court proceedings and a conviction and awareness of effects on the victims (s) crime (s). It also seeks to share what it means to be deprived of freedom - that emotions, which ... loss - the feeling of regret, responsibility for repairs and that change in their lives if they could go back, especially the strategies to prevent crime. 3. I declare my future. I lived and what they think about the future I want for my life. Driven by technical session. The discussion is oriented towards the experience for young people during the day, inviting them to reflect on their personal view (how they

want their life to be in the future). Starts to work with developing a design-performance on the way each couple see their future in terms ideals. The discussion in the classroom can reflect on the strategies to achieve this vision and the values to be elected. Ends with a document written by the couple headed declare my future. The aim is to pass the idea that the future also be built and that we are the only ones responsible for how we conduct our life (we know that there are many adverse factors that make the path of some very difficult that the path of others, but to retain the fundamental idea is that only do what we do, since the law does not prohibit, and we can always choose other alternatives for a safe and responsible way). Subsequent Sessions- phase III | Subsequent sessions are dynamized by the organizations involved and have the following objectives: - Ensure that the experience is perceived as an educational and constructive. - Reinforce the importance of choices: think of the consequences of alternative actions and make a position to conduct proactive - Reflect on the adoption of lifestyles and actions consistent with the vision of the future made in Phase II. - Raise the interest the issue of living conditions in prisons and rehabilitation of prisoners.