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A Nimble (NMBL) Approach to Youth Engagement in P/CVE, 2018

There is no shortage of excellent theory and practice in preventing and countering violent extremism (P/ CVE), much of which has been developed and carried out by some of the almost 5 000 practitioners within the Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN)...

Annual Report on Migration and Asylum 2017

The EMN Annual Report on Migration and Asylum provides an overview of the most significant EU and national policies as well as legislative...

Auf Terroranschläge reagieren

Im Jahr2020 gab es bereits mehrere Terrorakte in Europa, beispielsweise in Villejuif und Metz in Frankreich, in Hanau und in London. Die Flut der...

Austria - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.AustriaIn 2003, the International Organization for Migration...

Bulgaria - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.BulgariaThe BG EMN NCP comprises four members - two...

Call for Experts: RAN in the Western Balkans Expert Pool

RAN in the Western Balkans is an expansion of the front-line practitioner network focusing on radicalisation and P/CVE in the Western Balkans. In this...

Call for Participants: RAN Rehabilitation WG meeting on Returning FTFs and their families: Practitioners’ insights on improving the return process

We are looking for suitable participants for the RAN Rehabilitation Working Group multi meeting, with input from the RAN POL, Local, Health, Prison, FC&S. The topic will be ‘Returning FTFs and their families: Practitioners’ insights on improving the return process’.

Call for Participants: RAN in the Western Balkans

Prevention of radicalisation leading to violent extremism and terrorism is a key priority for the EU Member States and the Western Balkan partners. To...

Call for Working Group Leaders

The Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN)Following the new framework contract launched in January 2020 for four years (which specifications can be...

Call for applications - First Online Youth Consultation on Preventing Violent Extremism Through Sport

RAN wishes to inform its members about this unique opportunity for young adults. On 8 December 2020, the United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism...

Call for applications: RAN Practitioner Exchange Programme, 31 July 2020

Practitioner Exchange ProgrammeThe Practitioner Exchange Programme is a new deliverable for RAN, which is aimed to support and target practitioners at...

Call for expert practitioners: RAN Expert Pool

Following the new framework contract launched in January 2020 for four years (which specifications can be foundhere), the Radicalisation Awareness...

Call for experts: reviewing RAN Collection practices

As part of the growing RAN Collection, a selection of practices receives a review by different experts from the RAN expert pool each year. This review...

Call for expression of interest for becoming an Ambassador of the Radicalisation Awareness Network

This opportunity is open only for former or current RAN Working Group leaders.The Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN) is an EU-wide umbrella...

Call for participants RAN PRISONS Working Group Meeting

Practitioners’ questions and needs for the future, based on experiences in dealing with Foreign Terrorist Fighters and Violent Extremist or Terrorist...

Call for participants ‒ Online campaigning in P/CVE: results & lessons learned from the Civil Society Empowerment Programme

Everything you’ve always wanted to know about online campaigning! Over the past four years, the Civil Society Empowerment Programme (CSEP) has...

Call for participants ‒ Supporting the voices of victims of terrorism with a particular focus on supporting young people

RAN Victims/Survivors of Terrorism Working Group(with input from RAN Youth & Education, and RAN Young)This digital meeting will take place via WebEx...

Call for participants – RAN Webinar on “Preventing Polarisation by creating a shared identity” on 15 December 2020

Following the Joint RAN Families, Communities & Social Care, RAN Local Authorities, RAN Communication & Narratives and RAN Youth & Education Meeting...

Call for participants: Joint RAN PRISONS, RAN REHABILITATION and RAN POLICE Working Group Meeting on Preventing, reoffending and (re)engaging

Preventing radicalised and terrorist prisoners from reoffending or (re)engaging with extremist activities and networks after their releaseTuesday 16...

Call for participants: RAN C&N Academy meeting on ‘How to make an effective campaign that is reaching the target audience and selling the message’, 14-15 November, Brusse

Are you currently working on a counter- and alternative narrative (CN/AN) campaign or do you have a campaign idea that you would like to start...

Call for participants: RAN Communications and Narratives meeting on ‘Digital Grooming Tactics on Videogaming (Adjacent) Platforms’

This online meeting will take place on 15 March (afternoon) and 16 March (morning)For the RAN C&N Working Group meeting on ‘Digital Grooming Tactics...

Call for participants: RAN Communications and Narratives meeting on ‘The Impact of Conspiracy Theories on Violent RWE and LWE Narratives and how to counter them’

This is an online meeting that will take place in the afternoon of 24 November and morning of 25 November 2020 For the RAN C&N Working Group meeting...

Call for participants: RAN Communications and Narratives meeting on ‘The use of video gaming by (violent) extremists – strategies and narratives’

This is an online meeting that will take place on 15 and 17 September 2020For the RAN C&N Working Group meeting on ‘The use of video gaming by...

Call for participants: RAN Digital Study Visit to Australia

This is an online meeting that will take place on23-24 September (09:00-13:30 CET).For the upcoming digital study visit to Australia, we are currently...

Call for participants: RAN EU-US Digital Study Visit

This online meeting will take place on 24 and 25 March 2021For the upcoming mutual EU-US digital study visit, we are currently looking for interested...

Call for participants: RAN FC&S Working Group meeting in collaboration with the RAN C&N, Y&E and LOCAL WGs – Preventing polarisation in communities by creating a shared i

This digital meeting will take place via Microsoft Teams on Tuesday 10 November and Friday 13 November 2020 (9.00-12.30).For the RAN Families...

Call for participants: RAN Families, Communities & Social Care Working Group meeting – Dealing with Families of Foreign Terrorist Fighters, 29-30 June 2020

Digital MeetingFor the RAN Families, Communities & Social Care Working Group meeting about ‘Dealing with Families of Foreign Terrorist Fighters’on 29...

Call for participants: RAN Families, Communities & Social Care Working Group meeting – Support for first-line practitioners working on P/CVE Hotlines and Helplines

15-16 September 2020 (13.00-17.00). This digital meeting will take place via Microsoft TeamsCall for participantsPractitioners who operate helplines...

Call for participants: RAN Families, Communities & Social Care meeting – Dealing with returning children and their mothers from Daesh

(with input from RAN Rehabilitation, Youth & Education, Police, Local Authorities)This digital meeting will take place via WebEx on 19 and 20 May 2021...

Call for participants: RAN Families, Communities & Social Care meeting – Supporting families in fostering resilience against (COVID-19-related) conspiracy narratives (wi

Tuesday, 28 September and Wednesday, 29 September 2021 (9.00 - 12.30h CEST).This digital meeting will take place via WebEx.We are presently looking...

Call for participants: RAN HEALTH Working Group meeting – Mental health in prisons

23-24 September 2020 (9.15 am – 12.15 pm). This will be a digital meeting.For the RAN HEALTH Working Group meeting on ‘Mental health in prisons’we are...

Call for participants: RAN LOCAL Meeting on ‘Local strategy during times of Covid’

This is an online meeting that will take place on 30 November 2020 (14:00 - 17:00 CEST) and 1 December 2020 (09:30 - 12:30 CEST)For the RAN LOCAL...

Call for participants: RAN LOCAL meeting – Online P/CVE approach for local authorities: how to manage it?

(With input from RAN C&N and RAN POL)This meeting will take place online via WebEx on 27 and 28 May 2021 (9.00-12.30 CEST).It will be held in English...

Call for participants: RAN Mental Health Meeting “Mental health practices and interventions in P/CVE”

This an online meeting will take place on 22–23 September 2021 (10.00–13.00 CET).We are currently looking for mental health practitioners, local...

Call for participants: RAN Mental Health Meeting “P/CVE and Mental Health Support Online”

This is an online meeting that will take place on 18-19 November 2020 (09:00-12:30 both days)For the RAN Health Working Group meeting on ‘P/CVE and...

Call for participants: RAN Mental Health Meeting “Rehabilitation and reintegration of extremist offenders from a mental health perspective”

This online meeting will take place on 10-11 March 2021 (13:00-16:00 CET, both days)BackgroundMental health aspects in the process of rehabilitation...

Call for participants: RAN Rehabilitation Workshop ‘Peer and self-review in Exit work’

This virtual meeting will take placeon3 December,from 9.30-13.00CETWe are looking for participants to join the RAN Rehabilitation Working Group...

Call for participants: RAN Study visit to Central Asia – Reintegrating Returning Foreign Terrorist Fighters and their families

This is a virtual meeting that will take place on 25–26 May, 09:30-12:30 CETThe digital study visit to Central Asia will focus on reintegrating...

Call for participants: RAN Study visit to South East Asia – Disengagement, Rehabilitation and Integration

This virtual meeting will take place on 03-04 March, 09:00-12:30 CETThe digital study visit to South East Asia will focus on the disengagement...

Call for participants: RAN Study visit to practitioners in Canada

This is an online meeting that will take place on 23 November from 15:00-18:00 CET and 24 November from 15:00-18:00 CET For the digital study visit to...

Call for participants: RAN Study visit to the Returnee Coordinators in Berlin and Hessen

This is an online meeting that will take place on 23 June from 14:00-16:30 CET and 24 June from 14:00-16:30 CETFor the digital study visit to the...

Call for participants: RAN Victims of Terrorism and RAN Communications and Narratives meeting

How to support victims in sharing their counter and alternative narratives?This is an online meeting that will take place on 11 June from 14.00-16.30...

Call for participants: RAN Victims of Terrorism and Rehabilitation Working Groups meeting

For the upcoming Working Group meeting on the involvement of victims of terrorism in discussion groups for detainees, we are currently looking for...

Call for participants: RAN Webinar on conspiracy myths and violent extremism – recent challenges and good practices

This virtual event will take placeon7 December,from 10.00-11.40CETWe are looking for participants to join the RAN Webinar on conspiracy myths and...

Call for participants: RAN Webinar on ‘COVID narratives that polarise’

This webinar will take place on 10 December 2020 from 15.30–16.30 CETFor the RAN Youth & Education webinar on ‘COVID narratives that polarise’ we are...

Call for participants: RAN Webinar on ‘Engaging with non-violent/not yet violent extremists to prevent them from turning to violence’

This webinar will take place on 15 December 2020 from 09.30 – 10:30 CET(This webinar is strictly for police and law enforcement)For the RAN webinar on...

Call for participants: RAN Webinar ‘An update on contemporary Islamist extremism and implications for P/CVE’

This webinar will take place on 19 November from 15.30 – 16.45 CETFor the RAN webinar on ‘An update on contemporary Islamist extremism and...

Call for participants: RAN Webinar “Right-Wing Extremism: Local Lessons and Transnational Dimensions”, 19 March 2021

This online meeting will take place on 19 March 2021 (15:00-16:30 CET) via WebEx. Attendance is limited.This webinar will address the emergence of a...

Call for participants: RAN Workshop on youth participation in P/CVE for local authorities

This digital meeting will take place via WebEx on 2 and 3 March 2021 (9:00 - 12:30 CET on both days) For the RAN LOCAL workshop on ‘Youth...

Call for participants: RAN Y&E meeting on Working with community or religious figures in and outside schools

“The role of non-formal learning environments” This online meeting will take placeon 05-06 October 2021from09:30 – 13:00 CET.For ourRAN Youth &...

Call for participants: RAN Y&E meeting on ‘Education and youth work: towards effective collaboration’

This online meeting will take place on 8 and 9 April 2021 (from 9.30 to 12.00)For our RAN Youth & Education Working Group meeting on the topic of...

Call for participants: RAN YF&C – C&N meeting ‘Digital youthwork in P/CVE’ (19-20 March 2020)

Background and aim of this meetingYoung people spend a significant amount of their time online. Extremists know very well how to find them, provide...

Call for participants: RAN Youth & Education meeting ‘(Post-)COVID narratives that polarise’

This is an online meeting that will take place on 24 and 25 September (1pm-4:30pm CET)For the RAN Youth & Education Working Group meeting on ‘(Post-...

Call for participants: RAN Youth & Education meeting ‘Youth isolation, how to get them out of it’ (Digital WG multi meeting of RAN Y&E + representatives of RAN FCS and RA

This is an online meeting that will take place on 26 and 27 November from 13.00-16.30 CETFor the RAN Youth & Education Working Group meeting on ‘Youth...

Call to register interest to participate in RAN YOUNG

The Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN) Practitioners is announcing an open call for participation in the 2021 RAN YOUNG platform. It is an...

Changing Influx of Asylum Seekers 2014-2016

In 2014-2016, EU Member States and Norway experienced an unprecedented influx of incoming applicants for international protection: the number of...

Civil Society Empowerment Programme Campaigns Event #02, Dublin 18-19 November 2019

This paper provides you with insights into the principles behind online communication with groups and individuals who are vulnerable to radicalisation...

Civil Society Empowerment Programme Webinar

Online campaigning in P/CVE: results & lessons learned from 4 years of the Civil Society Empowerment Programme (CSEP)In the last 4 years, the Civil...

Combatting Fraud and Counterfeiting of Non-Cash Means of Payment

Non-cash payments constitute an increasing share of overall payments. With the rising prevalence of e-commerce and other transactions at a distance...

Construction of new reception centres

Current state of play in the temporary camp in LesvosAfter the fire in Moria camp in September 2020, 12,362 people were left without shelter. The...

Cookies

To make this site work properly, we sometimes place small data files called cookies on your device. Most big websites do this too.What are cookies?A...

Crisis management

The EU is exposed to an array of potential crises and disasters, such as those associated with climate change or caused by terrorist and cyber...

Critical infrastructure

Critical infrastructure is an asset or system which is essentialfor the maintenance of vital societal functions. The damagetoa critical...

Croatia - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.CroatiaThe HR EMN NCP is theMinistry of the Interior,Croatia...

Cybercrime quiz – Europe Day 2021

The online world has a lot to offer. But it has its dangers too. With the COVID pandemic the time we spent online increased exponentially, as did...

Cyprus - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.CyprusCyprus is an independent sovereign Republic with a...

Czech Republic - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.Czech RepublicThe EMN National Contact Point for the Czech...

Denmark - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.DenmarkAlthough Denmark did not take part in the adoption of...

Die Rolle der Opfer bei der Prävention von Radikalisierung

Es ist wichtig, den Opfern des Terrorismus Respekt zu zollen und uns die Auswirkungen terroristischer Handlungen auf Einzelne, Familien und...

Die Rolle des Geschlechts bei der P/CVE-Arbeit

Im Jahr2015 hat der Sicherheitsrat der Vereinten Nation in der Resolution2242 die Berücksichtigung nicht nur von Frauen, sondern von...

Discours d'ouverture de la réunion plénière du RAN par la commissaire européenne Ylva Johansson

Citant plusieurs exemples inspirants, la commissaire a salué le travail réalisé par le RAN et ses praticiens à ce jour : « individuellement vous...

EMN 10 Year Anniversary Report

The Anniversary Report takes stock of and presents key trends in asylum and migration flows and policy development over the last 10 years. The Report...

EMN 10 Year Anniversary conference

EMN 10 Year AnniversaryUnderstanding Migration in the EU: past, present, future15 May 2018Renaissance Brussels Hotel, BelgiumConference overviewThis...

EMN Ad-Hoc Queries

EMN Ad-Hoc Queries are a means by which EMN NCPs and the Commission can collect comparative information from each Member States in a relatively short...

EMN Annual Conference 2018

Organised by the Austrian NCP in the context of the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the EMN Annual Conference 2018 will take...

EMN Glossary Search

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EMN REG

The EMN produces Studies on topics of relevance to policymakers at national and EU levels to meet both their long-term and short-term information...

EMN Work Programmes

An Annual Work Programme for the EMN is developed each year and approved by the European Commission. It includes the planned EMN outputs in each year...

EMN publishes the EU report “Resettlement and Humanitarian Admission Programmes in Europe – what works?”

01/12/2016This EMN study ‘Resettlement and Humanitarian Admission Programmes in Europe – what works?’ is based on contributions from EMN National...

EMN publishes the report on illegal employment of third country nationals in the EU

This EMN study Illegal employment of third-country nationals in the European Union is based on contributions from EMN National Contact Points in 23...

EMN publishes the report on the challenges and practices for establishing the identity of third-country nationals in migration procedures

This EMN study Challenges and practices for establishing the identity of third-country nationals in migration procedures is based on contribution from...

EU Commissioner Ylva Johansson ‒ opening address at the RAN Plenary

In her opening address at the RAN Plenary, EU Commissioner Ylva Johansson, called upon the RAN network of practitioners to “make it our mission” in...

EU law monitoring

For individual Schengen States’ ATV requirements, click hereVisa + airport transit visa (ATV) required by all Schengen...

EU-Kommissarin Ylva Johansson – Eröffnungsansprache bei der RAN-Plenarversammlung

Die Kommissarin nannte einige inspirierende Projekte und gratulierte zu den Erfolgen, die das RAN und seine PraktikerInnen bis heute erzielen konnten...

Entretien : Association portugaise d'aide aux victimes

À quelques jours de la Journée européenne de commémoration des victimes, nous nous sommes entretenus avec une des principales associations européennes...

Estonia - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.EstoniaThe Estonian national contact point for EMN (EE NCP) is...

Eurint network

Who we are?The European Integrated Return Management Initiative (EURINT) was launched in 2011, then four EU Member States namely the Netherlands...

European Migration Network (EMN)

The EMN plays a key role in providing up-to-date, objective, reliable and comparable information on migration and asylum topics to policy makers (at...

Europäischer Gedenktag für die Opfer des Terrorismus

Heute ist der 16.Europäische Gedenktag für die Opfer des Terrorismus. Bei der diesjährigen Gedenkveranstaltung unter dem Motto „Gemeinsam stärker...

Evaluation and impact

Further readingEvaluation and impact:Checklist on monitoring and evaluating a campaign [RAN]Counter-narrative monitoring & evaluation handbook [ISD...

Evaluation of Council Directive 2008/114 of 8 December 2008 on the identification and designation of European critical infrastructures and the assessment of the need to i

Date of roadmap: 13/03/2018Directive 2008/114 establishes a procedure for identifying and designating European Critical Infrastructures (ECI) in the...

Evaluation of Directive (EU) 2017/541 on combating terrorism

Date of the Roadmap: 01 October 2020The EU has in place harmonised rules and minimum rules to better combat terrorism. Directive (EU) 2017/541 entered...

Evaluation of the EU policy on Advance Passenger Information (API)

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has reported 4.3 billion passengers globally carried by air transport on schedule services in 2018, a 6.1% increase over 2017.

Evaluation of the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA)

The mission is to provide the European Union and its Member States with factual, objective, reliable and comparable information at European level on drugs and drug addiction and their consequences.

Evaluation of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL)

Date of the Roadmap: 01 July 2020Established as European Police College by Council Decision 2000/820/JHA, CEPOL became operational on 1st January 2001...

Evaluation of the Regulation on export, import and transit licensing or authorisation systems of firearms

Date of roadmap: 03/2017Regulation 258/2012 implements Article 10 of the UN Protocol against trafficking of firearms, and establishes export...

Evaluation of the Schengen Facility Instrument for Croatia

A Schengen Facility was created as a temporary instrument to help Croatia to finance actions at the new external borders of the Union for the implementation of Schengen acquis and external border control, in the period between the date of accession and the end of 2014.

Evaluation of the Visa Information System (VIS)

Date of roadmap: April 2015The purpose of this evaluation is to analyse the performance of the VIS as a system, how it has been implemented in...

Ex-post evaluation of the 'Prevention, Preparedness and Consequence Management of Terrorism and other Security related risks Programme' ('CIPS') (2007-2013)

Date of roadmap: 23 June 2016The programme "Prevention, Preparedness and Consequence Management or Terrorism and other Security-related risks" (CIPS)...

Ex-post evaluation of the four instruments under the General Programme “Solidarity and Management of Migration Flows” (SOLID)

Date of roadmaps: September/ October 2015The General Programme “Solidarity and Management of Migration Flows” (SOLID) consists of four instruments...

Ex-post evaluation of the programme "Prevention of and fight against Crime" (ISEC) 2007-2013

Date of roadmap: 13 June 2016The programme "Prevention of and Fight against Crime" (ISEC) 2007-2013 aimed at:contributing to a high level of security...

Expert Interview with Carlos Fernandes

Carlos Fernandez offers insight into prisoner radicalisation, exploring the role religion may playPrisons are by nature harsh environments. It is no...

Expert Interview with Jesper Holme

The role of education in preventing radicalisationIn an interview, Jesper Holme, a Danish educator and expert in preventing radicalisation, offers key...

Expert Interview with Karin Heremans

Fighting radicalisation and polarisation through new school approachIn this interview, Karin Heremans, a pioneer in Belgium’s education system...

Explosives

Most commonly, terrorists have used explosives to inflict casualties and damage. Home-made explosives, fabricated from certain easily accessible...

Explosives precursors

Explosives precursors are chemical substances that can be used for legitimate purposes, but that can also be misused to manufacture homemade...

External Borders Fund - National actions

General implementation mechanisms of the EBFAll EU countries (except for the UK and Ireland), as well as the non-EU countries associated with the...

External Borders Fund - Transnational actions

Community actionsAt the Commission's initiative, up to 6% of the EBF's available resources may be used to finance transnational actions or actions of...

Factbook ‒ Far-right extremism, December 2019

Over the past three decades, the far-right extremist (FRE) scene has undergone many shifts and changes: it has moved from offline to online; embraced the gaming culture; and there has been an increase in cross border activities and transnational networks, to name just a few examples.

Factbook ‒ Islamist extremism, December 2019

This factbook provides an overview of the fundamental elements of violent Islamist extremism to enable recognition of its symbols, vocabulary, recruitment tactics and narratives used in various settings, including online, in our schools, local communities, or prisons.

Feedback on Proposals adopted by the Commission: Mid-term evaluation of the EU Drugs Strategy 2013-2020 and final evaluation of the Action Plan on Drugs 2013-2016

Mid-term evaluation of the EU Drugs Strategy 2013-2020 and final evaluation of the Action Plan on Drugs 2013-2016Contribution by De Regenboog Groep...

Financial support from the EU

EU funding for migration in Greece aims at achieveing:up to standard reception capacityfor peoplenewly arrivedimprovement of living conditionsfor...

Finland - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.FinlandThe FI EMN NCP is a separate entity within the Legal...

Focus on Right Wing extremism

The RAN will be addressing the topic of violent right wing extremism in a number of its activities this year.In May and June alone, we will be...

France - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.FranceEMN France is attached to the Department of Statistics...

GERMANY Asylum and residence law

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Georgia - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.GeorgiaThe EMN Georgia is the Secretariat for the State...

Germany - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.GermanyThe DE EMN NCP is the Federal Office for Migration and...

Greece - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.GreeceThe EL EMN NCP is composed of the Hellenic Ministry of...

How can your campaign change behaviour & influence relationships?

Further readingHow to influence behaviour and influence relationshipshttps://www.gov.uk/government/publications/think-drink-driving/think-drink...

Hungary - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.HungaryThe HU EMN NCP is the Department of European...

Interim evaluation of the implementation of the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) 2014-2020

Date of roadmap: 11/04/2017The Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) is established for the period 2014 to 2020 to contribute to the efficient...

Interim evaluation of the implementation of the Internal Security Fund (ISF) 2014-2020

Date of roadmap: 11/04/2017The Internal Security Fund (ISF) is established for the period 2014 to 2020. The Fund promotes the implementation of the...

Interoperability of information systems for migration and security

Date of roadmap: 26/07/2017Responding to the increase in irregular border crossings into the EU and the threat to Europe's internal security as...

Interview: Die portugiesische Vereinigung zur Unterstützung von Opfern

Kurz vor dem Europäischen Gedenktag für die Opfer des Terrorismus sprachen wir mit einem Vertreter eines der führenden Verbände in diesem Bereich, der...

Invitation: RAN Webinar on ‘Radicalisation Hubs in the EU’ - 17 February 2021 (16:00 – 17:45 CET)

This webinar will be held in English and will take place via WebEx.While violent extremism is a global phenomenon, extremists start their...

Ireland - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.IrelandThe National Contact Point for Ireland (IE EMN NCP) is...

Italy - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.ItalyThe IT EMN NCP is based in the Central Directorate for...

Joint EMN-OECD event on family migration and illegal employment

A jointEuropean Migration Network & OECDevent exploring the topics of family migration and illegal employment took place in Brussels on9November 2017...

Journée européenne de commémoration des victimes du terrorisme

Nous célébrons aujourd'hui la 16ème Journée européenne de commémoration des victimes du terrorisme. Cette année, la commémoration intitulée «Devenir...

LATVIA

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La prévention et la lutte contre l'extrémisme violent en 2021 – Nouveaux développements

L'extrémisme islamiste change mais reste une menace majeure : le nombre total d'attaques perpétrées en UE par des extrémistes islamistes est en baisse...

Latvia - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.LatviaIn Latvia activities of the European Migration Network...

Le rôle des victimes dans la prévention de la radicalisation

Même s'il est important de rendre hommage aux victimes du terrorisme et de garder en mémoire l'impact des actes terroristes sur les individus, les...

Le rôle du genre dans les activités de prévention et de lutte contre l'extrémisme violent

En 2015, la résolution 2242 du Conseil de sécurité des Nations Unies a préconisé de considérer non seulement les femmes mais également le genre comme...

Lithuania - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.LithuaniaThe EMN National Contact Point for Lithuania (LT EMN...

Live Webinar, 31 March 2020

Want to improve the effectiveness of alternative and counter narrative campaigns?Join RAN practitioners for a live webinar on the GAMMMA+ modelThe RAN...

Live webinar on right-wing extremism (RWE), 15 May 2020

What you need to know about right wing extremismJoin RAN practitioners for a live webinar on right-wing extremismThe right-wing extremist (RWE) scene...

Luxembourg - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.LuxembourgSet up in November 2008, the EMN National Contact...

Malta - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.MaltaThe Ministry for Home Affairs and National Security has...

Manual ‘Responses to returnees: Foreign terrorist fighters and their families’, July 2017

This manual outlines responses to foreign terrorist fighters (FTFs) and their families, returning or planning to return to their home countries within the European Union, from terrorist conflict zones such as Syria and Iraq.

Mid-term evaluation of the EU Drugs Strategy 2013-2020 and final evaluation of the Action Plan on Drugs 2013-2016

Date of roadmap: June 2015This evaluation will allow assessing the status of the implementation of the Drugs Strategy 2013-2020, as well as of the...

Mid-term evaluation of the Europe for Citizens programme 2014-2020

Date of roadmap: 02 May 2016The Europe for Citizens programme contributes to citizens' understanding of the Union, its history and diversity, and aims...

Migration and Home Affairs

PoliciesLegal migration and IntegrationIrregular Migration & ReturnCommon European Asylum SystemSchengen, Borders & VisasInnovation and Industry for...

Moldova - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.MoldovaThe EMN Moldova is the Bureau for Migration and Asylum...

Multi-Agency Working and preventing violent extremism: Paper II, April 2019

This is the second of two position papers from the Radicalisation Awareness Network’s Health and Social Care (RAN H&SC) working group focusing on Multi-Agency Working (MAW). The first paper, published in 2018, provided the context for MAW in preventing and responding to violent extremism.

Netherland - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.NetherlandsThe EMN National Contact Point for the Netherlands...

News corner

13/07/2021Commissioner Johansson’s first visit to Greek islandsOn 29 and 30 March, Commissioner Johansson went to Greece to visit the Greek islands of...

Norway - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.NorwayNorway participates in the EMN via a Working Arrangement...

Overview

A more open and secure Europe requires adequate funding that is directed to those policy areas where we are facing collective challenges and in which...

P/CVE im Jahr 2021 – Neue Entwicklungen

Der Islamismus verändert sich, bleibt jedoch eine große Bedrohung: Die Gesamtzahl der in der EU durch IslamistInnen verübten Anschläge sinkt nun seit...

P/CVE in 2021 – New developments

While much has been done to address the P/CVE challenges over the past decade, we continue to see a host of new trends and developing challenges.The...

Platform of Statelessness

BackgroundThere are approximately 600.000 stateless persons in Europe. Its most common causes include state succession, ill-defined or discriminatory...

Poland - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.PolandThe Polish National Contact Point to the European...

Policy and Practice Radicalised and terrorist offenders released from prison: involving and preparing communities and families, Helsinki 19 September 2019

This is an infographic of the recommendations on rehabilitation processes of radicalised and terrorist offenders as given by policymakers and practitioners during the Policy and Practice event...

Portugal - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.PortugalThe PT EMN NCP is the Immigration and Borders Service...

Preventing the risk of radicalisation of asylum seekers and refugees, and far-right mobilisation against asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, December 2019

The rising number of refugees arriving in Europe since 2015 and the involvement of individual asylum seekers in some terrorist attacks have sparked concerns about a risk of radicalisation among asylum seekers and refugees.

RAN Ambassadors: Promoting RAN’s work at national level

The main role of RAN Ambassadors is to engage, inspire and support national frontline practitioners working daily with both those at risk of...

RAN C&N Communications After an Attack, Lisbon 01-02 October 2019

As part of preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE), where we seek to limit the strategic effectiveness of terrorists and other extremists, we also need to understand the communications environment after an attack, and know how to communicate effectively in this context.

RAN C&N Effective Narratives: Updating the GAMMMA+ model, Brussels 14-15 November 2019

The RAN Communication and Narratives working group (RAN C&N) has promoted the GAMMMA+ model since December 2017 as a practical guideline for carrying out effective alternative and counter narrative (AN /CN) campaigns.

RAN C&N Guidelines for effective alternative and counter-narrative campaigns (GAMMMA+), 31 December 2017

If you want to develop effective alternative and counternarratives, then these guidelines are for you! The RAN´s Communication and Narratives working group (RAN C&N) has developed the following practical guidelines for carrying out effective alternative and counter-narrative campaigns.

RAN C&N Monitoring & Evaluating counter- and alternative narrative campaigns Berlin 21-22 February 2019

How can you be sure a counter- or alternative narrative campaign is not causing harm, but doing good? Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) are essential when wanting to know whether a counter- or alternative narrative campaign has been effective and impactful.

RAN EDU Academy Far-right extremism in the classroom, Berlin, 13-14 June 2019

With a strong online presence, youngsters nowadays are much more likely to come across explicit or implicit far-right extremist content. Far-right extremism (FRE) is often overlooked when it comes to strategies for preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE).

RAN EDU Different ways governments can support schools and teachers in preventing/countering violent extremism, 06 May 2019

Education is, arguably, central to preventing young people from being attracted to violent extremist ideologies, organisations and movements – whether extreme Islamist, far-right or other threats to cohesive, inclusive societies. Internationally...

RAN EDU Making a difference: the dissemination and implementation of RAN EDU lessons for PVE-E, Dublin 21-22 February 2019

Since November 2015, educational professionals and experts have met in a series of RAN EDU meetings to discuss how best to contribute to the prevention of violent extremism through education (PVE-E).

RAN EDU Safeguarding troubled refugee children in the classroom, Zagreb 03-04 October 2019

The RAN EDU and H&SC meeting on ‘Safeguarding troubled refugee children in the classroom’ in Zagreb on 3-4 October 2019 brought together educators, social workers working with families, and healthcare professionals to address child trauma and to share basic understanding...

RAN EDU meeting on dealing with religion-inspired extremist ideologies in school, Antwerp 14-15 November 2019

While “schools have the objective to provide a safe and respectful learning environment for their students”, teachers, educators, social workers...

RAN EXIT Gender-specific approaches in exit work, 22-23 October 2019

The topic of gender has been discussed extensively within and outside RAN over the past few years. The focus has been directed at gender differences and the role gender plays in the process of radicalisation.

RAN EXIT Practical guideline — Management of Exit work, Frankfurt 17-18 January 2019

The general objective of the RAN EXIT Working Group is the enforcement of skills of practitioners in exit work. This document focuses on an advanced topic: the management of exit work and/or facilities.

RAN H&SC Alienation, Identity and Intercultural working, Helsinki 23-24 October 2019

The general objective of this ex post paper is to identify risk factors, models and practical proposals to work on the prevention of radicalisation through an intercultural lens.

RAN H&SC Handbook Extremism, Radicalisation & Mental Health: handbook for practitioners, November 2019

The current handbook is designed as a research- and theory-informed aid for clinical forensic practitioners working with individuals who present with extremism risk/vulnerability and mental illness.

RAN H&SC Understanding the mental health disorders pathway leading to violent extremism, Turin 13 March 2019

The relation between mental health disorders and acts of violent extremism has received increased attention in recent years. Several practitioners note that radicalised individuals have specific neuropsychiatric disorders like autism spectrum disorder or schizophrenia.

RAN H&SC – Grooming for terror – Manipulation and control 25 April 2019

Following the RAN Issue Paper on ‘Root causes of violent extremism’, written by Magnus Ranstorp, violent extremism can be best conceptualised as a kaleidoscope of factors, creating infinite individual combinations.

RAN High-Level Conference, Brussels 04 November 2019

Each year, the RAN High-Level Conference on radicalisation (RAN HLC) evolves around the unique opportunity of bringing together the European Commission, high-ranking officials of the EU Member States and RAN firstline practitioners from all its Working Groups.

RAN LOCAL 7 Step Evaluation Guide for local authorities, Vienna 13-14 March 2019

To identify what works and what does not work in the field of preventing and countering violent extremism and radicalisation (P/CVE) we need to evaluate.

RAN LOCAL Individual case management: When and how to intervene? Milan 13-14 November 2019

During this meeting, experienced local coordinators and case managers focused on the general set-up and ways to conduct effective individual case management in the prevention of radicalisation and violent extremism.

RAN LOCAL Local-level management of far-right extremism, Rotterdam 23-24 January 2019

For local authorities, tackling far-right extremism (FRE) can be challenging: FRE differs from other forms of extremism, and there is a fine line between legal and illegal organisations.

RAN LOCAL and RAN H&SC Taking mental health insights into account in local P/CVE, Paris 29 May 2019

First-line practitioners from several different RAN Working Groups have indicated a correlation between mental health illnesses and susceptibility to radicalisation.

RAN LOCAL meeting – How to best use local crime prevention approaches for P/CVE? (With input from RAN POL)

This meeting will take place 20 September (14.00-17.00 CEST) and 21 September 2021 (09.15-12.30 CEST).This meeting will be held online via WebEx, in...

RAN Mental Health Working Group ‒ Online meeting ‒ 16-17 June 2020

Ethics for mental health workers in the prevention of radicalisationJoin the RAN Mental Health Working Group for an online meeting on 16-17 June...

RAN P&P Current Challenges of Sentenced Extremists for Prison Regimes, Lisbon 21-22 November 2019

Violent extremists and terrorists do not only pose a considerable threat to European societies, for example, by committing severe terrorist attacks, they are also perceived as a very problematic group within prisons.

RAN P&P Practitioners’ Working Paper Approaches to countering radicalisation and dealing with violent extremist and terrorist offenders in prisons and probation, 2018

In recent years, government policy has repeatedly identified prisons as particularly significant environments, not only in terms of risk of radicalisation, but also for disengagement from violent extremism and implementation measures to prevent radicalisation of individual offenders.

RAN P&P and RAN EXIT Building Bridges, Prague 05-06 June 2019

Exit workers and probation officers both work with terrorist and violent extremist offenders, but are too often still working separately. Although in some Member States the two do work together, cooperation is not well organised and in some cases non-existent.

RAN P&P and RAN YF&C Radicalised and terrorist offenders released from prison: Community and family acceptance, Prague 06-07 June 2019

Many EU countries are increasingly confronted with radicalised individuals and prisoners convicted of terrorist offences being released from prison.

RAN POL Joining Forces: Dissemination, Implementation and Evaluation, Budapest 24-25 January 2019

The first meeting of RAN POL in 2019 was dedicated to a conversation with the RAN POL Points of Contact. Despite the large amount of work that RAN POL has carried out, and the significant steps that have been made, there is always room for improvement.

RAN POL Legislation, training and other options for overcoming barriers to information sharing, Athens 28-29 November 2019

Police and law enforcement professionals frequently experience barriers to information sharing as a challenging aspect of their PVE work.

RAN POL What role do police play in the resocialisation & risk management of released former terrorist offenders? Marseille 08-09 May 2019

Member States will be confronted with the release of detainees who were convicted for violent extremism or even terrorism. This brings challenges for society in terms of risk management and resocialisation.

RAN POL and RAN C&N Current and future narratives and strategies of far-right and Islamist extremism, Stockholm 04-05 April 2019

On 4 and 5 April in Stockholm, the RAN Police an law enforcement (POL) and RAN Communication and Narratives (C&N) working groups meeting kicked off with a simple yet pertinent question: 'Why aren't all individuals exposed to propaganda equally susceptible?'

RAN Plenary, Brussels 30 October 2019

After 8 years of RAN, and with a network of over 5 000 first-line practitioners and currently 10 Working Groups, this year’s RAN Plenary (Brussels, 30 October 2019) provided the opportunity to reflect on RAN’s main achievements as well as map potential themes and future constituencies.

RAN Polarisation Management Manual, Amsterdam 06 July 2017

Hate crimes, growing intolerance, xenophobia, closed ideologies and communities, street violence by the extreme left and right – all are manifestations of polarisation, and are threats to Europe’s fundamental values.

RAN Policy & Practice A mental health approach to understanding violent extremism, Paris 03 June 2019

The field of preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE) has seen increasing calls for multi- and cross-agency coordination in multidisciplinary partnerships.

RAN Policy & Practice Evaluating disengagement, deradicalisation and resocialisation efforts, 08 November 2019

When it comes to disengagement, deradicalisation and resocialisation efforts – also known as ‘exit work’ – the expectations of the programmes are high and costs per trajectory are considerable.

RAN Policy & Practice Preventing radicalisation of asylum seekers and refugees, Rome 11 December 2019

The RAN Policy and Practice event in Rome on 11 December 2019 brought together policy makers and practitioners active in health and social care, youth and community work, education and police, to work in the interface of Prevention and Countering of Violent Extremism (P/CVE)...

RAN Policy & Practice Workshop – Narratives and Strategies of Far-Right and Islamist Extremists, Amsterdam 04 July 2019

This ex post paper is written for both policymakers and first-line practitioners engaging or dealing with violent far-right extremists and Islamist extremists. This paper can serve as a guideline for practitioners and policymakers involved in preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE).

RAN Practitioners Update 86 | August 2021

Contents10 Year AnniversaryHigh Level Conference & RAN PlenaryUpcoming eventsLatest publicationsContact usThis year marks the tenth anniversary of the...

RAN RVT & RAN EXIT The role of restorative justice in preventing and responding to violent extremism, Dublin 03-04 December 2019

On 3-4 December 2019, a unique event brought together two RAN Working Groups (RAN RVT and RAN EXIT) and the European Forum for Restorative Justice (EFRJ) for exploring the role of Restorative Justice (RJ) in cases of violent extremism.

RAN RVT Evaluating the impact of testimonies by victims of terrorism, Prague 10-11 April 2019

Practitioners and policymakers agree that evaluation is a fundamental part of programmes and initiatives targeting the prevention and countering of violent extremism (P/CVE). However, it is a complex task, and the participation of victims of terrorism poses an extra challenge.

RAN RVT The role of victims in strengthening social cohesion after a period of violence, Bilbao 20-21 June 2019

Recent European history has left a traumatic legacy of vast communities affected by prolonged periods of violence and thousands of victims and survivors who, despite the current absence of violence, have to deal with the rise of severely polarised societies.

RAN RVT VIIIth International Congress for Victims of Terrorism, Nice 21-23 November 2019

On 21, 22 and 23 November 2019, the VIIIth International Congress for Victims of Terrorism took place in Nice, France, co-organised by the French Association of Victims of Terrorism (AfVT) and the City of Nice, in partnership with mainly the RAN Remembrance of Victims of Terrorism Working Group

RAN Research Seminar 2019, Vienna 26-27 June 2019

This year’s RAN Research Seminar created a cross-discipline forum of leading academics, practitioners and policymakers focused on two leading topics.

RAN Research Seminar, Amsterdam 17 October 2018

Tasked by the European Commission to boost communication and dialogue amongst practitioners, national policymakers and academic evidence-based...

RAN Study visit Crisis response: Lessons from the Manchester Arena bombing of 2017, Manchester 21-22 March 2019

On 21 and 22 March 2019, RAN visited Manchester for an inspiring study visit. Meeting with local actors and communities, RAN learnt how communities in the city and the surrounding county have been responding to and recovering from the Manchester Arena attack at an Ariana Grande concert on 22 May.

RAN Study visit Restorative justice in Croatia, Zagreb 12-13 September 2019

A mixed group of RAN practitioners and experts in the field of restorative justice visited the city of Zagreb to gain insight into Croatia’s restorative justice process and the reasoning behind it.

RAN Study visit, Strasbourg’s P/CVE approach and its multi-agency partners, 21-22 May 2019

A mixed group of RAN practitioners visited the city of Strasbourg to get an insight into their local preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE) strategy and the reasoning behind it. The local P/CVE coordinator and multi-agency partners inspired us with their approach and projects.

RAN Webinar on Lone Actors in digital environments in violent extremism and terrorism, 14 June 2021

This webinar will be held in English and will take place via WebEx.We are pleased to invite you to attend the RAN webinar on “Lone Actors in digital...

RAN Webinar on Evaluations of strategy and interventions on local level for prevent coordinators

16 November 2020 (15.30 – 17.00 CEST). This webinar will take place via WebEx.We are pleased to invite you to attend the RAN Webinar on ‘Evaluations...

RAN Webinar on ‘Lone actors: difficult to detect, but not impossible. Cooperation between police and mental health’

This webinar will take place on 20 October from 15.30 – 16.30 CET(This webinar is strictly for police and law enforcement)For the RAN webinar on...

RAN Webinar on “Digital exit work”, 24 June 2021

This webinar will be held in EnglishWe are pleased to invite you to attend the RAN webinar on “Digital exit work”, 24 June 2021 - 15:00 to 16:30...

RAN Webinar “Lokale Aspekte des transnationalen Rechtsextremismus – Erfahrung aus der Praxis“

Freitag, 12. März 2021 von 14:00-15:30.Das Webinar wird über die Konferenzplattform WebEx ausgerichtet. Die Veranstaltungssprache ist Deutsch. Der...

RAN Webinar “Rückkehrerinnen und ihre Kinder – psychotherapeutische Perspektiven zur Rehabilitation von Frauen und Kindern aus den ehemaligen Gebieten des Daesh“, 18. Mär

Donnerstag, 18. März 2021 von 15:00-16:45 Uhr.Das Webinar wird über die Konferenzplattform WebEx und auf deutscher Sprache ausgerichtet.Hunderte...

RAN YF&C Academy ‘Children growing up in extremist families’, 24-25 April 2019

This RAN Youth, Families and Communities (YF&C) Academy meeting aimed to transfer and disseminate lessons learned from earlier RAN meetings as well as examples of working practice on this topic among a broader group of (new) practitioners in the field.

RAN YF&C Doing digital youth work in a P/CVE context, Copenhagen 29 November 2019

Youth workers are best placed to reach young people online and to do effective digital work with them and one-on-one interventions.

RAN YF&C The role of sports and leisure activities in preventing and countering violent extremism, Lisbon 06-07 March 2019

Sports events and organisations are too precious for society to allow extremists to misuse them for their hideous activities. A mixture of repressive and positive measures can safeguard sports.

RAN YOUNG Guidelines for young activists: how to set up a P/CVE initiative Paper 1, Amsterdam 25-27 March 2019

The RAN YOUNG Empowerment Academy (RYEA) held its first session from 25 to 27 March: participants were trained in the use of group and personal development tools, attended workshops, learnt about the process of radicalisation and its root causes, and worked on developing their initiatives.

RAN YOUNG Guidelines for young activists: how to set up a P/CVE initiative Paper 2, Bordeaux 07-08 May 2019

The RAN YOUNG Empowerment Academy (RYEA) held its second session on 7 and 8 May in France: participants attended workshops, worked on their projects plans and learnt how to make an elaborate planning for their initiatives.

RAN YOUNG Guidelines for young activists: how to set up a P/CVE initiative Paper 3, Madrid 10-11 September 2019

The RAN YOUNG Empowerment Academy (RYEA) held its third session on 10 and 11 September in Madrid: This session focussed on the progress of each team by sharing successes and challenges. In several exercises they learnt from each other by using advising and coaching skills.

RAN YOUNG Guidelines for young activists: how to set up a P/CVE initiative Paper 4, 21-22 October 2019

The RAN YOUNG Empowerment Academy (RYEA) held its fourth session on 10 and 11 September in Berlin: this session focused on professionalisation of the participants as individuals, in their teams and of their initiatives.

RAN Young Platform 2020: Call to register interest – New deadline 27 May

The Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN) is announcing an open call for participation in the 2020 RAN YOUNG Platform. It is an invitation to the...

RAN going digital

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are turning to online solutions. In addition to Working Group meetings, we will be hosting a series of five webinars...

RAN webinar on ‘The Violent Side of Incels and Challenges for P/CVE’

We are pleased to invite you to attend the RAN webinar on ‘The Violent Side of Incels and Challenges for P/CVE’ which takes place on 23 March 2021...

Read the RAN papers in your language!

We are pleased to inform you that some of our most-read papers are now available in several EU languages.Check them here:RAN EDU Different ways...

Return Expert Group

The EMN REG functions as a platform for operational cooperation and the sharing of expertise. It build synergies by providing the structure for the...

Review of Directive 2009/50/EC of 25 May 2009 on the conditions of entry and residence of third country nationals for the purpose of highly qualified employment ("EU Blue

Date of roadmap: 16 July 2015A review of the "EU Blue Card" Directive" was put forward by the Juncker Commission as a first step towards a new...

Revision of the Regulation on the marketing and use of explosives precursors

Date of roadmap: 24/05/2017Explosives precursors are chemical substances which can be misused to manufacture home-made explosives. In 2013...

Romania - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.RomaniaThe RO EMN NCP is the Research, Analyses and Prognosis...

Répondre aux attaques terroristes

L'année 2020 a déjà été émaillée de plusieurs incidents terroristes commis sur le sol européen, notamment à Villejuif et Metz en France, à Hanau en...

Scope and methodology

Scope of the GlossaryThe EMN Glossary is a multilingual and multidisciplinary glossary for terms that are important in the field of asylum and...

Six Basic Questions

Further readingGAMMMA+How to identify the people you want to reach [RAN/EFD]Dos and don’ts of involving formers in PVE/CVE work [RAN]Four ways to...

Slovak Republic - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues. Slovak RepublicThe SK EMN NCP is composed of the...

Slovenia - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.SloveniaThe SI NCP is composed of ten experts from different...

Smart borders - background

© German Federal PoliceThe "Smart Borders" Package was proposed by the Commission in February 2013. It follows the European Commission (EC)...

Spain - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.SpainThe ES EMN NCP is composed of experts from the Ministries...

Spotlight 10 Year Anniversary

This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN). To commemorate and celebrate this momentous occasion, we have produced a special edition Spotlight magazine, which takes a look back at the past ten years of RAN, and looks ahead to the future.

Spotlight on COVID and P/CVE

COVID is a seismic global event that has dramatically changed the world we live in. The impact of the pandemic has been wideranging and far-reaching...

Spotlight on Mental Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a galvanising and accelerating effect on factors that contribute to the P/CVE challenge. The pandemic has galvanised the radicalising efforts of terrorist and extremist groups and focused their efforts on how to recruit individuals to their cause.

Spotlight on Prisons Rehabilitation and Reintegration

The ongoing Covid pandemic has given new opportunities for violent extremists to radicalise and recruit. The proliferation of conspiracy theories and...

Spotlight on Youth engagement

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has given new opportunities for violent extremists and terrorists to radicalise and recruit. During the pandemic they...

Study Visit: Returned Women and Children – Studying an Ongoing Experience on the Ground, 10-11 December 2019

Returning foreign terrorist fighters (FTFs) and their family members continue to be one of the most passionately debated topics in European P/CVE and beyond.

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Sweden - EMN NCP Info

EMN collects, analyses and publishes factual information on migration and asylum issues.SwedenSince 2008 the Swedish Migration Agency is the Swedish...

Terrorist Finance Tracking Programme

The Terrorist Finance Tracking Programme (TFTP) has generated significant intelligence that has helped detect terrorist plots and trace their authors...

The A to Z of a successful online campaign

Where do I start?Lessons learned – what to do and what not! [RAN/EFD]Get inspired! Campaigns from the CSEP network [RAN]One-to-one digital...

The Commission publishes the call for proposals HOME/2014/AMIF/AG/ASYL

DocumentsCall for proposals HOME/2014/AMIF/AG/ASYL2014 ASYL Guide for ApplicantsDraft model Grant AgreementPRIAMOS: Guide for Applicantsand Frequently...

The RAN Collection Expert Review

Best practices and lessons learned from 2020In 2020, the RAN Collection started to differentiate between ‘inspiring’ and ‘best’ practices to raise...

The Root Causes of Violent Extremism, 04 January 2016

There are multiple ways to examine the root causes of violent extremism. There is no single cause or pathway into radicalisation and violent extremism. There is a wide array of factors on the macro-, meso-, and microlevels of analysis.

The role of victims in preventing radicalisation

While it is important to pay tribute to the victims of terrorism and remind ourselves of the impact of acts of terrorism on individuals, families and...

Tips and tricks from Facebook, Twitter and YouTube

Further readinghttp://www.superhighways.org.uk/documents/view/factsheets-and-guides/NGO_Handbook_(Eng)_.pdfhttps://counterspeech.fb.com/enhttp:/...

Umbrella inform

New EMN-OECD Inform on the impact of COVID-19 in the migration areaThe European Migration Network (EMN) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation...

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Visa Information System (VIS) and Community Code on visas (the Visa Code)

Date of roadmap: 28/03/2017The Visa Information System (VIS) supports the implementation of the common EU visa policy. It allows Schengen States to...

Voluntary-return-and-reintegration

Today, the Commission adopted the EU strategy on voluntary return and reintegration. The strategy promotes the importance of voluntary returns and...

Webinaire du RAN (en français) : Approches psychosociales pour la réadaptation des femmes de retour des anciens territoires de Daech et leurs enfants

31 mars 2021 (de 16h00 à 17h45 heure d'Europe centrale)Des centaines d'anciens membres de Daech - dont de nombreuses femmes et leurs enfants - se...

Webinar on the RAN “Peer and Self Review Manual for Exit work”, 07 October 2020

Call for participantsThis webinar will be based on the RAN Peer and Self Review Manual for Exit work, published in January 2020. The manual aims at...

What to do when people get in touch?

Further readingWhat to do when people get in touch:Hate beneath the counter speech? A qualitative content analysis of user comments on YouTube related...

Who we are

European Union (EU) States are committed to increasing cooperation on cross-border issues, such as asylum, migration, border control, organised crime...

Young Ahmed and our students - discussions with the Dardenne brothers

Talking directly about “radicalisation” with students is often unproductive. The term ‘radicalisation’ itself is rarely in their vocabulary, even if...