RAN Small-scale expert meeting – Exploring post-conflict reconciliation: an approach for communities, returning foreign terrorist fighters and their family members
The explorative workshop aimed to understand the potential of using post-conflict reconciliation approaches, methods and practices on returning foreign terrorist fighters (RFTFs) and their families.
Approaches to addressing antisemitism in European P/CVE, March 2023
The study aims at identifying gaps in existing initiatives, and discusses the part potentially played by a lack of diverse approaches in prevention levels or by the geographical or other type of disproportionate distribution of these programmes among EU Member States.
RAN C&N ‘What’s going on online? Dealing with potential use of deepfakes by extremists’, Helsinki 10-11 November 2022
On 10 and 11 November 2022, practitioners with experience in working online gathered with (tech) experts and researchers experienced in the topic of deepfakes and synthetic media to discuss these questions.
RAN in the Western Balkans National Small-Scale Meeting - Supporting families left behind, Sarajevo 17-18 October 2022
In order to exchange knowledge and experiences, strengthen competences and develop an understanding of what is required to address the needs and risks associated with future repatriations, a two-day expert workshop brought together social workers, psychologists, and local administrators...
RAN Webinar "Digital literacy for practitioners – inspiration from youth work", 14 December 2022
As the online world becomes an integrated part of everyday life, digital literacy is an essential skillset to navigate the continuous stream of information through traditional and alternative media. The past years have proven that many people are susceptible for radicalisation online.
RAN HEALTH - The ‘how’ and ‘why’ of hate crime and the implications for mental health practitioners, Berlin 05-06 December 2022
Mental health practitioners, police, local authorities and youth and social workers were invited to discuss the victims and perpetrators perspectives and to share ideas and experiences about possible interventions.
RAN FC&S meeting on How can P/CVE practitioners address the effects of perceived (institutional, social, interpersonal) discrimination?, Zagreb 22-23 November 2022
This paper outlines the highlights of this meeting and will delve into the challenges practitioners face when they work with individuals and communities that experience discrimination such as building trust, how to effectively support them, but also the effect it has on themselves as practitioners.
RAN CSEP Thematic Event – looking back and moving forward, Dublin 07-08 November 2022
This paper presents the main conclusions of 2 days of presentations and lively group discussions. The first day looked back with a presentation of the CSEP evaluation and an interactive session on the lessons learned.
The integration of applicants for international protection in the labour market
The latest EMN study on the integration of applicants for international protection in the labour market aims to identify policies and measures regarding the labour market integration of applicants, good practices and challenges in the period of January 2017- June 2022.
RAN Y&E Artistic methods in prevention work, Stockholm 22-23 November 2022
On 22 and 23 November 2022 the RAN Y&E Working Group organised a meeting in Stockholm and convened frontline practitioners from all around Europe to share their experiences, insights and challenges regarding their arts-related activities in youth work and education.