In this issue of the RAN Practitioners Update, we revisit what we know about the digital environment. We also take a look at events closer to home – at how the war in Ukraine might be impacting the P/CVE environment – through the latest edition of the RAN Spotlight magazine.
Today, around 5% of the EU’s total population are third country nationals. As people in and outside Europe move for work, family and other reasons, migration is an integral part of Europe’s society.
07 July 2022 (10.00 – 11.30 CEST). This webinar will be held in English and will take place via WebEx. The goal of the webinar is to disseminate experts’ knowledge on the subject to a broader audience of P/CVE practitioners, from primary to tertiary prevention.
In this Spotlight, leading experts analyse the conflict and practitioners from the RAN network share their insights about first-hand experiences of the war in Ukraine and its potential consequences for preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE) across Europe.
The European Migration Network (EMN) has released its Annual Report on Migration and Asylum, providing an overview of the key developments in the EU Member States, Norway and Georgia in 2021.
Wir freuen uns sehr, am Mittwoch, dem 22. Juni im Rahmen eines RAN Webinars zwei solcher Projekte vorzustellen und gemeinsam mit Expert*innen aus Praxis und Wissenschaft über die Schnittstelle Rechtsextremismusprävention und Fußball zu diskutieren.
The Justice and Home Affairs Council took place yesterday and today in Luxembourg. EU home affairs ministers together with Vice-President Schinas, Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders, and Commissioner for Home Affairs, Ylva Johansson discussed several topics related to EU security and migration
Nous avons le plaisir de vous annoncer l’ouverture des inscriptions pour le webinaire du RAN intitulé « Tendances et développements de l’extrémisme violent de droite - Généralisation des discours extrémistes violents de droite » qui se tiendra le 21 juin (14h00 - 15h30 CEST).
Today the Regulation on addressing the dissemination of terrorist content online becomes applicable. From now on, internet companies in the EU have to take swift measures to prevent the misuse of their services for dissemination of terrorist content.
Figures published by the European Commission show that the consulates of the Member States and Schengen Associated Countries received around 3 million applications for short-stay visas in 2021, the same number as in 2020 but considerably lower than in 2019 (17 million).