The EU Network brings together all the relevant stakeholders acting against corruption across the EU Member States, from national authorities to experts and researchers, representatives of civil society and international organisations as well as relevant EU institutions, bodies, offices and agencies
Call for participants: RAN in the Western Balkans webinar - “2,5 years of RAN in the WB: lessons learnt and challenges ahead”
The webinar will be structured around short presentations on these themes and will include Q & A sessions. The audience will have the opportunity to ask questions via the chat.
On 19 September, the European Commission proposed to extend the temporary protection of people fleeing Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, to 3 March 2025. This will provide certainty and support for millions of displaced people and ensure access to education, labour, housing, and welfare.
In her State of the Union address on 13 September, President Ursula von der Leyen raised several key points concerning EU Home Affairs and Migration agenda. These include, the war in Ukraine, migration and the new Pact on Migration and Asylum, and the enlargement of the Schengen area.
Lampedusa has seen a rapid increase in migrant arrivals recently. Following Prime Minister Meloni’s invitation, President von der Leyen and Commissioner Johansson visited the island on 17/9 and presented a 10-point plan to reduce irregular migration and provide assistance to the Italian authorities.
Kasia's story, kidnapped in Poland and found in Germany after a missing person’s alert was launched by the Polish police into SIS, is a reminder of how EU policies save lives. SIS compensates for the absence of border controls and has proven to be the most successful cross-border monitoring tool.
The European Commission, through Horizon Europe, particularly the Cluster 3 work programme addressing Civil Security for Society, funded a range of projects developing tools and solutions in support to enhanced societal resilience, more precisely for increasing risk awareness and preparedness...
This edition of the RAN Practitioners Spotlight magazine therefore takes a look at the nature of the mental health challenges, including personality disorders and childhood experiences, gender, training for practitioners and ethical considerations.
This year’s Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) offers a venue to directly approach those most concerned by integration policies and discuss how a host country can start to feel like home. The EC’s Task Force Migration Management hosted a panel on the integration of refugees.
Call for participants: RAN Mental Health meeting - Psychotic disorders and the implications for P/CVE, 23-24 October 2023
We are currently looking for suitable participants for the online RAN Mental Health Working Group meeting on ‘Psychotic disorders and the implications for PCVE.’ This meeting will look at the role of psychosis in the context of terrorist attacks...