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RAN Calendar 2021

  

The following events will take place over the coming weeks. Unless otherwise stated, attendance is by invitation only.

Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, all Working Group meetings will be held online.

  • 10-11Mar2021

    Released and reintegrating terrorist offenders from a mental health perspective

    RAN HEALTH

    In this meeting, we will discuss with experienced practitioners what mental health aspects should be looked at immediately and how to incorporate these in reintegration trajectories of terrorist offenders.

    Target audience: Mental health practitioners, experienced rehabilitation and reintegration practitioners, prison/police/probation officers, youth and social care practitioners, education experts and community and family workers.

  • 11Mar2021

    European Day of Remembrance of Victims of Terrorism

    Ceremony 17th European Day of Remembrance of Victims of Terrorism.

  • 12Mar2021

    Webinar (in German): The transnational dimensions of violent right-wing extremism – Lessons (to be) learned for P/CVE practitioners

    This webinar will address the emergence of a new transnational (cross-border) violent right-wing extremism (VRWE) movement and its implications for P/CVE practitioners. The webinar will be structured around two guiding questions: What constitutes this transnational VRWE movement, how does it operate, mobilise and recruit and what can be done to address it effectively? 

    Target audience: public administration officials (including from tax offices, building authorities and youth welfare offices), front-line practitioners working on violent right-wing extremism, police and law enforcement.

  • 15-16Mar2021

    Digital Grooming Tactics on Videogaming (Adjacent) Platforms

    RAN C&N

    This meeting will dive deeper into what digital recruitment tactics terrorists and violent extremists use to recruit on videogaming adjacent platforms and in-game chats.

    Target audience: grooming experts, communications experts who are familiar with digital grooming tactics used by extremists within several videogaming platforms, academics, police officers, mental health professionals, youth or exit workers who have knowledge of the grooming tactics on video-gaming platforms by extremists

  • 16Mar2021

    Webinar (in French): Dealing with religiously inspired extremist ideologies in schools

    This webinar will focus on how to pedagogically deal with claims, grievances, real or perceived injustices, controversial questions, and sensitive issues related to the religious sphere of young people in schools.

    Target audience: teachers, principals, social workers, and other front-line professionals working with pupils in school.

  • 18Mar2021

    How to better prevent reoffending of violent extremist and terrorist offenders

    Joint meeting RAN WG PRISONS, RAN REHABILITATION and RAN POL

    Experienced prison, probation and rehabilitation/exit workers and police officers will look into the cases of reoffending violent extremist or terrorist offenders (VETOS).

    Target audience: Prison & probation staff and partners involved in in-prison “DDR” programmes (disengagement, deradicalisation and rehabilitation), rehabilitation/exit workers and police officers with expertise on reoffenders.

  • 18Mar2021

    Webinar (in German): ‘Female returnees and their children – psychotherapeutic perspectives on the rehabilitation of female and child returnees’

    Target audience: first-line practitioners such as exit workers, youth and family workers, educators and mental health professionals, including staff from CSOs, NGOs and law enforcement

  • 19Mar2021

    CVE practitioners

    This webinar will address the emergence of a new transnational (cross-border) violent right-wing extremism (VRWE) movement and its implications for P/CVE practitioners. The webinar will be structured around two guiding questions: What constitutes this transnational VRWE movement, how does it operate, mobilise and recruit and what can be done to address it effectively? 

    Target audience: public administration officials (including from tax offices, building authorities and youth welfare offices), front-line practitioners working on violent right-wing extremism, police and law enforcement.

  • 23Mar2021

    Violent incel movement

    Webinar (Please note that the date might change)

  • 24-25Mar2021

    Study visit to the USA

    This study visit will look into the general context of violent extremist and/or terrorist groups, early prevention and PCVE, provide exchange with American first line practitioners and address some specific topics such as regional coordination of PCVE.

    Target audience: first-line practitioners who have experience in the field of violent extremism and are working as regional PCVE coordinators or in a multi-agency cooperation in PCVE

  • 31Mar2021

    Webinar (in French): ‘Female returnees and their children – psychotherapeutic perspectives on the rehabilitation of female and child returnees’

    Target audience: first-line practitioners such as exit workers, youth and family workers, educators and mental health professionals, including staff from CSOs, NGOs and law enforcement

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