The following events will take place over the coming weeks. Unless otherwise stated, attendance is by invitation only.
High Level Conference
The seminar will discuss research results, their possible use for the prevent work and determine research needs between academics, practitioners and policy makers
‘Right-wing extremism and schools’: to what extent is right-wing extremism apparent in classrooms and schools?
Target audience: school workers
RAN Study Visit ‘Learning from adjacent fields: Exploring the relation between hooliganism and extremism’
The objective of the study visit is to explore the relationship between hooliganism and extremism.
Target audience: Police officers, social workers and exit workers, who are involved in the prevention of hooliganism and the prevention of violent extremism.
Revisiting the Notion of Prisons as Breeding Ground for Radicalisation
‘Prisoner Society’: an opportunity to discuss how to deal with external influences (e.g. attacks, polarisation) on prisoner society.
Target audience: prison staff and experts on prisoner society.
RAN EXIT, RAN H&SC
‘Multi-problem target group: the influence of mental health disorders and substance abuse on Exit work’: learning from experiences of working with a multi-problem target group, as well as from specific case studies. What practical lessons can be drawn? What can be learnt from adjacent fields that have experience in working with multi-problem groups?
Target audience: Exit workers, health and social care professionals.
RAN EXIT and RVT
Leaving terrorism behind: Ensure recognising of the position of victims of terrorism and promote former extremists to return to society, as both are important values for a resilient democratic society. During the meeting best practices and current challenges on both fields will be presented.
Target audience: exit workers and representatives victims of terrorism organisations.
RAN LOCAL Academy: what is the role of local coordinators in the prevention of radicalisation?
Target audience: local workers
RAN EXIT and H&SC
‘A multi-problem target group: the influence of mental health disorders and substance abuse on EXIT work’: an opportunity to learn from others’ experiences of working with a multi-problem target group, including specific case studies.
‘Primary education, young children and extremist influences’: the focus will be on primary schools dealing with children who live in an extremist environment.
Target audience: education professionals, educators, experts from other RAN working groups
POL and P&P
‘Optimising Triple P (Police – Prison – Probation)’: it will be an opportunity to present recommendations and inspiring practices on optimising the cooperation and synergy between police, prison and probation, following up on the joint event in September.
Target audience: policemen, prison and probation workers, policy makers
‘Communications to drive offline interventions’: the meeting will discuss different approaches to communication.
Target audience: youth workers, social workers, NGO employees
‘Working with men in prevention and disengagement from violent extremism’: the meeting will discuss the influence of role models.
Target audience: researchers, experts in gender issues
‘Review of RAN Collection practices’: this meeting is intended to strengthen links within the RAN network by providing value for RAN practitioners.
Target audience: young people active in CVE in schools, political parties, youth centres, sport clubs, etc. and project managers of reviewed practices
‘Methods for evidence-based approaches to prevention activities and countering violent extremism within the social and health domain’: the meeting will discuss different approaches to measure and evaluate the work of professionals in (mental) health and social care.
Target audience: social workers and health care practitioners, researchers, academics
‘Preventing revictimisation’: participants will seek to define ‘revictimisation’ and look at ways to prevent this phenomenon.
Target audience: experts working in organisations in contact with victims of terrorism