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1st IISG P-CVE donor coordination in BiH, 28th Aug 2019

  On 28th August, the IISG Support Group initiated the first in the series of national-level P-CVE donor coordination meetings in IISG Beneficiaries, to accompany the work of the Regional Network of National P-CVE Coordinators (RNNC). The fruitful event took place in Sarajevo, BiH, and was held in cooperation with the EEAS and the BiH […]

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New Project Launches in the Western Balkans: Enhancing Penitentiary Capacities in Addressing Radicalisation in Prisons

Implemented by the Council of Europe under the auspices of the Horizontal Facility (HF) Programme, funded by the European Union and the Council of Europe, a new 3-year regional project entitled “Enhancing penitentiary capacities in addressing radicalisation in prisons in Western Balkans” has been launched. The project will provide for a forum of sharing experience, […]

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Head of IISG Support Group participated at the SEPCA General Assembly in Moldova

On 6 June 2019, the South East Europe Police Chiefs Association (SEPCA) General Assembly under the Moldovan Presidency was held in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova. The SEPCA Assembly discussed the number of issues related to ongoing and future activities. It was agreed that of the utmost importance is to work jointly on setting their crime […]

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EU RAN CoE Documents Available in Albanian, Macedonian and Serbian Languages

The EU financed Project “First Line” has supported the translation of several RAN CoE documents into Albanian, Macedonian and Serbian language that offer an insight into several relevant aspects on P-CVE policies for practitioners from the Western Balkans: RAN P&P Practitioners’ working paper: Approaches to violent extremist offenders and countering radicalisation in prisons and probation, […]

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EC publishes 2019 Communication on EU Enlargement Policy

The Commission recommends that the Council open negotiations with Albania and North Macedonia. A credible enlargement policy in the future years will mean that the EU must live up to its commitments, and give credit where credit is due. Whereas credible progress in the area of rule of law in the Western Balkans remains a significant […]