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Newsletter15 March 2024Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs1 min read

RAN Practitioners Update 121 | March 2024

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There has been much discussion in recent years about the relationship between the presence of mental health issues and disorders, including trauma and psychosis, and radicalisation. There is now an increasing understanding about the nexus between mental health and violent extremism, and the importance of mental health as a contributing or driving factor in radicalisation and recruitment.

However, while there is greater awareness of the role of mental health in P/CVE, there is less awareness of, and discussion on the mental health impact of P/CVE work on practitioners.

In this edition of the RAN Practitioners Update we therefore feature some of the latest RAN Practitioners products which take a look at the important issue of mental health, both of the need to support the mental health of practitioners and of the need to address mental health issues in P/CVE.

This includes the latest RAN Reporters film, the latest RAN Practitioners webinar and the most recent RAN Practitioners paper on the topic.



Publication date
15 March 2024
Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs