RAN REHABILITATION Papers (26)RSS
Manual for Responses to returning foreign terrorist fighters and their families 2nd Edition, 2022
This manual outlines responses to FTFs and their families, returning or planning to return to their home countries within the EU, from terrorist conflict zones such as Syria and Iraq. When the term “returnees” is used in this manual, it refers to FTFs and their families (women and children).
RAN REHAB Exploring hybrid and digital rehab work, online meeting 24-25 March 2022
Until recently, rehabilitation work in the context of preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE) has predominantly taken place in face-to-face, in-person settings.
The role of civil society organisations in exit work, May 2022
In recent years, the importance of multi-agency work and collaboration between governments and civil society in exit work has increased significantly.
RAN REHABILITATION How to work with middle-aged target groups without socio-economic needs? Online meeting, 18-19 November 2021
This paper collects some of the key insights related to practical rehabilitation work with socio-economically stable and middle-aged target groups based on experiences and knowledge collected in P/CVE and adjacent fields.
RAN small-scale expert meeting Lone Actors: Making use of needs and risk assessment tools in P/CVE, online meeting 10 December 2021
This paper will first describe the main themes discussed during the meeting. In the second part, recommendations concerning lone actors and the use of needs and risk assessments are presented.
RAN Study Visit to Paris on ‘Effective management of the prison-exit continuum’, online event 07-08 December 2021
This paper summarises the main insights gained about the French policy on effectively managing the prison-exit continuum. It presents the approach in detail, highlighting inspiring practice as well as gaps and challenges that emerged during discussions.
RAN Cross-cutting Thematic Event Released violent extremist or terrorist offenders – Continuity between prison, probation and reintegration, 06 October 2021
While the presence of violent extremist and terrorist offenders (VETOs) in prison is not a new phenomenon, their numbers have been growing in recent years and are currently at a 20-year high of over 1 400 such detainees.
RAN Activities on Rehabilitation, January 2022
During the period 2012-2015, RAN Derad focused on building a network and establishing guiding principles. Important discussions centred on the professional role of the exit worker, and on how to motivate participants and formers.
RAN Practitioners small-scale expert workshop ‒ Involving formers in exit work, 11 November 2021
Practitioners held a small-scale expert workshop on 11 November 2021, gathering exit and probation workers, researchers and former extremists using their experience in a professional capacity, to compare and exchange practical experiences with engaging formers as colleagues in exit work.
RAN REHABILITATION Returning FTFs and their families: Practitioners’ insights on improving the return process, online meeting 16 September 2021
The aim of the meeting was to develop a comprehensive understanding of the status of rehabilitation work with returnees and to discuss potential ways forward on improving the rehabilitation and reintegration process for returning FTFs and their family members.