During the period 2012-2015, RAN Derad focused on building a network and establishing guiding principles. Important discussions centred on the professional role of the exit worker, and on how to motivate participants and formers.
Practitioners held a small-scale expert workshop on 11 November 2021, gathering exit and probation workers, researchers and former extremists using their experience in a professional capacity, to compare and exchange practical experiences with engaging formers as colleagues in exit work.
The focus of this meeting was on mapping the current state and future outlooks of conspiracy narratives throughout the EU.
The objectives of this RAN LOCAL meeting on ‘dealing with the changing landscape of polarisation, radicalisation and extremism’ were to collect tips and insights on how to make the local P/CVE strategy more flexible to be able to deal with the changing landscape of polarisation...
This paper is based on the insights from the working session and aims to provide educators, youth workers and sports organisers with practical tips on how to foster inclusion through sports.
This brief RAN paper seeks to stimulate this debate and systematise some of the key facets of quality management in the context of secondary and tertiary prevention measures.
The aim of the meeting was to develop a comprehensive understanding of the status of rehabilitation work with returnees and to discuss potential ways forward on improving the rehabilitation and reintegration process for returning FTFs and their family members.
This paper focuses specifically on the rehabilitation and reintegration (R&R) component of SPRR. The paper highlights the gendered experiences of women in Daesh, then focuses on the gender needs of women returnees.
The following paper will aim to collect and present the existing knowledge on particular challenges related to their rehabilitation process to provide some insights for P/CVE practice. The aim is to sensitise practitioners working with extremist converts regarding some of the most relevant issues...
Detention and Alternatives to detention in international protection and return procedures
- Irregular migration