Our mission is to help institutions that work with projects aimed at resocialization in prisons.
We believe that the best way to resocialize a prisoner is to encourage and train him for the job market.
With regard to imprisonment, it is the method used by the State to remove those who violate the law from society. The aggressor's arrest is interpreted by society as justice, as the feeling of impunity often screams in the heart of those who ask for the aggressor's removal.
The State has a duty to punish and repress, but the existing system only serves to keep the subject away from society. The individual is taken to a penitentiary, locked in a cell, excluded from social life as a form of punishment for the crime committed. It so happens that the system, in general, does not contribute to the re-socialization of convicts, since the environment lived in prison is one of pure violence, survival disputes, torture and, for the most part, a true faculty of organized crime.
It is noteworthy that the individual's recovery and reintegration into society is a task not only for the State, as it is an extremely complex issue that encompasses the desire to be a new person, for the family and for society.
To reintegrate an individual into society is to offer the offender conditions so that he can regenerate himself and, thus, never commit the same crime or others.
Our objective is to help institutions that work with professionalization projects and incentives that collaborate so that the citizen can leave the prison truly recovered. We know that whoever is in prison, whether he wants it or not, will eventually leave. And if he doesn't come out recovered, either of us is bound to be the next victim.
And we firmly believe that work adds value and purpose to people's lives. And for that we need to strengthen the institutions that work in prisons, making them able to offer professional training courses, raw material for the manufacture of products, psychological support, among others.