Over the last two decades, the world has undergone a digital transformation. New digital technologies allow people to spend more time online than ever before. News sites, social media channels, video gaming platforms and chat rooms are just one click away.
The number of individuals incarcerated in prisons across Europe for violent extremism and terrorist-related offences has increased in recent years.
The Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN Practitioners) connects frontline practitioners from across Europe with one another, to exchange knowledge, first-hand experiences and approaches to preventing and countering violent extremism in all its forms.
In this issue of the RAN Practitioners Update we take a look at some of the work of two RAN Practitioners’ Working Groups, namely the Youth & Education (Y&E) Working Group and the RAN Rehabilitation Working Group.
Building on former meetings and insights, a webinar series on Hybrid ideologies in German, French and English will be held and will focus on exploring the development of hybrid ideologies, particularly focusing on connective ideological elements and addressing the resulting challenges...
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.