The Health and Social Care sector plays an important role in the prevention of violent extremism. The key challenge for this sector is to interpret signs of radicalisation and help those individuals who might be at risk of being radicalised.
The RAN H&SC Working Group focuses on raising awareness within the health and social care sector and helping establish an effective network of health and social care practitioners across Member States. The group is also promoting partnerships between front-line agencies in the Member States.
RAN Policy and Practice (Warsaw): Building resilience among young children
Holding difficult conversations: mental health work
Podcast — Meet a RAN practitioner #1 — Kinga Bialek, Cross-cultural Psychologist
After RAN activities and Working Group meetings, an ex-post paper highlights lessons learned, insights and follow-up initiatives.