RAN HEALTH is the working group for the sharing of information within the health sector.
Healthcare professionals meet and treat people who are vulnerable to radicalisation leading to violence. The key challenge for the healthcare sector is to interpret signs of radicalisation, be aware of the available support and be confident in referring the person for further support. In that way, the healthcare sector can play an important and effective role in raising awareness of those individuals who might be at risk of being radicalised.
The objectives of RAN HEALTH are to:
RAN HEALTH is organising itself as a peer network of professionals to facilitate the provision of support and learning across all parts of the network. The ambition is to ensure that every Member State has active participation.
The tasks of the RAN HEALTH working group are to:
Working Group leaders: