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  • Background document
  • Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs

RAN VoT WG Meeting - Younger generations, older tragedies: how can commemoration involving youth support PVE?, Madrid 26-27 September 2023

This conclusion paper reports the highlights of the discussion, followed by the various roles commemoration can play, the possible role of victims/survivors in commemorative activities, and specifically how to involve youth in remembrance. Recommendations are presented in the last section.

  • General publications
  • Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs

RAN POL online meeting - Online guided tour for police officers on right-wing extremism and accelerationism: how can the police be prepared online and offline?, 26-30 June 2023

The paper presents the conclusions of the RAN POL meeting that took place on 26 and 30 June 2023, where participants addressed the role of the police in the online sphere, the challenges they encounter, and the methods of monitoring and intervention.

  • General publications
  • Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs

RAN Cross-cutting Event - Prevention of violent extremism: A shared responsibility between mental health care and the security domain, The Hague 28 November 2023

This paper summarises the main takeaways of the discussions held during the RAN cross-cutting event on ‘Prevention of violent extremism: A shared responsibility between mental health care and the security domain’, which took place on 28 November 2023 in The Hague, The Netherlands.

  • General publications
  • Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs

Mentorship programmes and approaches in P/CVE, December 2023

The aim of the paper is to describe necessary elements to consider when developing mentorship programmes aimed at the rehabilitation and reintegration of (former) violent extremists into European societies, which are based on a liberal democratic order.