Call for participants: RAN Webinar on digital literacy for practitioners – inspiration from youth work
This webinar aims to disseminate knowledge on digital P/CVE work gathered in previous RAN meetings to a wider audience. The objective is to help practitioners understand the digital world in relation to the offline world and to offer tools and tips on how to include it in their day-to-day P/CVE work
As part of the growing RAN Collection, a selection of practices is reviewed by different experts from the RAN expert pool each year. This review process allows for the the quality of P/CVE interventions to be improved and safeguarded.
In this Special Edition of the RAN Practitioners Update therefore, we take a brief look at what was discussed at the RAN Practitioners Plenary event, as well as provide an update on the RAN in the Western Balkans project.
Call for participants: RAN POL Webinar on the challenges of anti-government extremism and new protests for police
We are pleased to announce that the registrations for the RAN Webinar "The challenges of anti-authorities extremism and new protests for police” on 5 December (9.30 - 11.00 CET), are now open.
This Update will therefore take a look at one topic which is increasingly of concern to practitioners: violent left wing, anarchist and anti-establishment extremism.
Call for participants: RAN FC&S meeting – How can P/CVE practitioners address the effects of perceived (institutional, social, interpersonal) discrimination/racism?
We are presently looking for P/CVE practitioners working with families and communities who support individuals who perceive (institutional, social or interpersonal) discrimination, such as social and youth workers, community workers, local authorities, and/or community police officers.
Call for participants: RAN Mental Health “The ‘how’ and ‘why’ of hate crimes and the implications for mental health practitioners”, 05-06 December 2022
We are currently looking for suitable participants for the RAN Mental Health Working Group meeting on “The ‘how’ and ‘why’ of hate crimes and the implications for mental health practitioners”.
In this issue of the Update, we take a look at the online radicalisation challenge, through a new film, the latest episode of RAN Reporters, a recently-published paper and an upcoming event.
This edition focusses on the challenge posed by violent left wing and anarchist extremism (VLWAE), including how conspiracy narratives have fostered anti-government sentiments, and how VLWAE and VRWE groups have exploited the COVID-19 pandemic to turn people to violence.
Call for Participants: RAN Rehabilitation meeting on Innovative Evaluation of Tertiary Prevention, 10-11 November 2022
The objective of the meeting is to spur exchange among evaluators and practitioners and to learn from recent innovative approaches. Participants will explore the behind-the-scenes working and cooperation mechanisms between evaluators and practice implementers.