Optimising Triple P (Police – Prison – Probation)

In order to increase the exchange of information between practitioners and national policymakers, RAN will in the year 2018 deliver six Policy and Practice Events. » Optimising Triple P (Police – Prison – Probation) « is the last meeting in the chain of Policy & Practice events in 2018. Its aims will be to present recommendations and inspiring practices on optimizing the cooperation and synergy between police, prison, and probation, as cooperation between these three sectors is crucial in PCVE and radicalization.

For more information about events organized by RAN, please visit their calendar here.

Working with local communities in CVE

In order to increase the exchange of information between practitioners and national policymakers, RAN will in the year 2018 deliver six Policy and Practice Events. » Working with local communities in CVE« is the fourth meeting in the chain of Policy & Practice events in 2018. National policies, budgets, and communication have a direct impact on the conditions with which local authorities and local communities operate. That is why RAN will focus this meeting on the engagement with communities.

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Resilience of children against radicalisation

The meeting, organized by the Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN) will discuss a call to action urging practitioners and policy-makers to join efforts and apply recommendations to increase resilience among children who are vulnerable to radicalization.

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Making the voice of young people heard

In order to increase the exchange of information between practitioners and national policymakers, RAN will in the year 2018 deliver six Policy and Practice Events. “Making the voice of young people heard” is the second organized event, which will focus on the role of youngsters (peers) who radicalize or are at risk of radicalizing. It is important to involve young people when developing counter and alternative narratives when collaborating with national authorities who are the ones that can support these efforts and facilitate the creation and dissemination of the narratives.

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Common PCVE challenges in Western Balkans and European Union

In order to increase the exchange of information between practitioners and national policymakers, RAN will in the year 2018 deliver six Policy and Practice Events. The “Common PCVE challenges in Western Balkans and European Union” is just the first which aims to attract both groups of actors (authorities agencies, NGOs, and communities) in the Western Balkans and European Union to target common challenges in Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism (PCVE). The meeting will be divided into two related topics, whereas the first part will be dedicated to the effective and sustainable partnership of all actors involved, and the second part will focus on addressing the vulnerability of young children (pre-teens) in extremist environments. Participants will also discuss options for responding to young returnees to the Western Balkans whose parents have joined terrorist groups.

This meeting will be organized by RAN in collaboration with the Bulgarian Presidency.

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Engaging with communities

Examining a step-by-step approach to building strong and effective cooperation between local authorities and communities to prevent radicalization.

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