For our RAN Youth & Education (Y&E) Working Group meeting, we are looking for youth workers, teachers and other educational professionals with experience in preventive work through arts.
The objective of the workshop is to highlight key challenges, insights and lessons learned related to engagement in hate speech in the Western Balkans.
On behalf of the RAN PRISONS Working Group chairs Diletta Berardinelli and Nadya Radkovska, we are currently looking for participants with relevant expertise to take part in a meeting on ‘What is in the European prison toolbox of DDR programmes?’.
We are pleased to announce that the registrations for the RAN Webinar "Emerging trends and developments in P/CVE: anti-authorities narratives”, on 11 October (15.00 - 16.30 CET), are now open.
We are looking for participants that are interested in joining the upcoming RAN LOCAL working group meeting in November on ‘Pulse taking: What are local effects of recent developments in P/CVE?’ .
For the RAN Practitioners C&N Working Group meeting on ‘What’s going on online: Dealing with (potential) use of deep fake technology by extremists and disinformation actors’ we are looking for first-line practitioners and (academic) experts who are interested in attending.
This issue of the RAN Practitioners Update therefore takes a look at the challenges facing prisons in Europe today. The Update includes the latest edition of the RAN Practitioners Spotlight magazine and introduces a new series of programmes, called ‘Event Reports’...
On behalf of the RAN POL we are currently looking for suitable participants from the police who have practical knowledge of case diagnosis for preventive and repressive approaches of youth gang crime, and have inspiring cases/holistic approaches to share during the meeting.
This edition of the RAN Practitioners Spotlight magazine looks at some of the key issues facing prisons today – such as the management of risk, the training of prison staff, the handling of female prisoners and the need for a prison-exit continuum – and hears from some of the people working in them.
During this cross-cutting event, current issues will be discussed ranging from the online monitoring of extremist propaganda to digital approaches carried out by first-line practitioners throughout the EU.