RAN LOCAL Working Group meeting - How can arts, civic pride and culture contribute to boosting local resilience and democracy against extremism, hate crimes and other threats to democracy?, Milan 28-29 September 2023
The objective of the RAN LOCAL meeting covered in this paper was to explore the extent to which local authorities can leverage art and culture as instruments for preventing and countering various forms of (violent) extremism, as well as boosting local resilience in order to prevent...
RAN Mental Health Working Group meeting - Enhancing the cooperation between mental health practitioners and security forces in P/CVE, the Hague 28-29 March 2023
On 28 and 29 March 2023, the RAN Mental Health Working Group meeting on ‘Enhancing the cooperation between mental health practitioners and security forces in P/CVE’ took place in The Hague, the Netherlands. This paper summarises the main conclusions following the discussions and presentations among
The application of the Temporary Protection Directive: Challenges and good practices in 2023
RAN VoT WG Meeting - Cultural and artistic approaches involving victims/survivors of terrorism, with a commemorative, healing or PVE aim, Vienna 22-23 June 2023
This conclusion paper reports on the highlights of the discussions that took place on 22-23 June 2023 in Vienna, Austria, between victims/survivors of terrorism, representatives of victim organisations, and other practitioners working with victims/survivors.
The paper aims to address the challenges and obstacles that are presented along the multidisciplinary work in addressing P/CVE. It will demonstrate cooperation models of the law enforcement/security sector with other relevant actors in the EU countries and how those models...
On the side of practical challenges, data availability and reliability are usually the most common obstacles for evaluating change (outcomes and impact). This paper will further explore these challenges in depth.
RAN C&N Working Group meeting - Preventive campaigning using biographical experiences from victims, survivors and former extremists, Berlin 13-14 June 2023
The remainder of this paper will firstly cover the highlights of the discussions that were held during the different parts of the 2-day meeting. Secondly, the do’s, don’ts and remaining questions are presented.
This paper aims to systematise the current role of CSOs in combating hate speech in the WBs, to frame limitations in their work and to discuss possible direction for actions that are feasible and sustainable.
RAN in the WBs Study Visit - Management of Returnee Foreign Terrorist Fighters and their Family Members, Berlin 28-29 April 2022
This paper captures the main insights from a study visit to Berlin, where expert participants from the Western Balkans entered into exchange with their Berlin counterparts and with each other.
This paper aims to fill in these gaps in knowledge and assist organisations in this regard. The foremost priority of P/CVE efforts, including victims’/survivors' voices, remains the victims/survivors, their well-being, and their sense of ease with the entire process in the lead-up to, and during,...