SOEPpapers on Multidisciplinary Panel Data Research at DIW Berlin This series presents research findings based either directly on data from the German Socio- Economic Panel study (SOEP) or using SOEP data as part of an internationally comparable data set (e.g. CNEF, ECHP, LIS, LWS, CHER/PACO). SOEP is a truly multidisciplinary household panel study covering a wide range of social and behavioral sciences: economics, sociology, psychology, survey methodology, econometrics and applied statistics, educational science, political science, public health, behavioral genetics, demography, geography, and sport science. The decision to publish a submission in SOEPpapers is made by a board of editors chosen by the DIW Berlin to represent the wide range of disciplines covered by SOEP. There is no external referee process and papers are either accepted or rejected without revision. Papers appear in this series as works in progress and may also appear elsewhere. They often represent preliminary studies and are circulated to encourage discussion. Citation of such a paper should account for its provisional character. A revised version may be requested from the author directly. Any opinions expressed in this series are those of the author(s) and not those of DIW Berlin. Research disseminated by DIW Berlin may include views on public policy issues, but the institute itself takes no institutional policy positions. The SOEPpapers are available at

Der Bericht kann auf der Seite des DIW Berlin heruntergeladen werden.

Die Empfehlung des Europarates, ausgearbeitet von COPE (Children of Prisoners Europe), definiert mehrere Prinzipien zur Unterstützung für Kinder und Familien von Inhaftierten. Der Text basiert größtenteils auf die Absichtserklärung Italiens (Memorandum of Understanding), die insbesondere Besuchsrechte, einen kinderfreundlichen Aufenthaltsraum, entsprechende Unterstützung der Kind-Eltern-Beziehung und ein Training für Vollzugsangestellte vorsieht.

Die Empfehlungen können auf der Seite des DBH-Fachverbandes heruntergeladen werden.

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