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RAN Practitioners Update 95 | March 2022

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In the first few weeks of the year, RAN Practitioners Staff – with the support of RAN Working Group leads and informed by your feedback at the RAN Plenary in October 2021 – have been planning a full programme of events for the year. The 2022 programme, which includes various Working Group meetings, webinars, thematic events, cross-cutting events and study visits, has been designed to support network members to understand and address some of the most pressing P/CVE challenges. A full calendar of events for the coming months of 2022 can now be found on the RAN website.

One important event, which took place last week, is the 18th European Remembrance Day for Victims of Terrorism, being held in Brussels on 11th March 2022. The Day brought together a number of practitioners and officials to pay tribute to Victims of Terrorism (VoT). A Special Edition Update was published last week to coincide with the event. The Update shed light on the Day, discussed the role of victims in P/CVE and RAN Practitioners work to support them. You can read the Update in full here.

Meanwhile, on 24th and 25th February 2022, the French Presidency of the Council of the EU organised a conference in Paris, entitled ‘Review and Perspectives of the Prevention of Radicalisation in Europe’. The conference explored the main P/CVE challenges facing EU Member States today and highlighted some responses delivered by members of RAN. Some insights and outcomes from the conference will be shared in a future Update.

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Upcoming Events

Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, RAN Practitioners will continue to deliver all meetings in the coming months online. For more information on planned meetings please go to the RAN Practitioners website.

A full set of meetings planned for the upcoming months of 2022 will be published shortly on the RAN Practitioners website.

Publications

Effective Communications when Foreign Terrorist Fighters and their Families Return

A new paper provides insights for practitioners on effective methods of communicating with Foreign Terrorist Fighters and their families when they return. The paper provides an overview of the GAMMMA+ model, discusses the importance of the use of language at both national and local level, and provides thoughts on how to communicate in daily practice for effective case management.

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Effective management of the prison-exit continuum

A new paper provides an overview of a study visit to France in December 2021, which gave participants the chance to learn about France’s policy to fight radicalisation in and outside of prison, and engage in discussions with both the prison officials and the practitioners who engage with radicalised and terrorist offenders on a daily basis.

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