Promoting a holistic model of radicalisation prevention and a European expert network next to high-level stakeholders. Cooperation is a key concept in successfully addressing the
To promote qualification standards across Europe, a selected group of prison staff contributed to designing an innovative training programme for prison officers. In Europe, prison
A new transnational initiative is taking steps to promote the implementation of the Framework Decision 2008/947 on the application of the principle of mutual recognition
Dozens of experts on violent extremism prevention and countering (P/CVE) from fourteen countries and multi-lateral organisations gathered to share expert insights. The initiative marks the strengthening of a network on holistic radicalisation prevention.
Thirty prison officers, prison wardens, prison officers’ trainers and other prison staff from four countries gathered to contribute to designing an innovative training programme. The initiative seeks to promote qualification standards across Europe, also focusing on digital skills.
The HOPE Radicalisation Network provides a space full of relevant resources for professionals to prevent and counter violent extremism and tools to promote intersectoral collaboration.
The new issue is filled with exclusive interviews with correctional leaders and experts, insightful articles, and debates on pressing issues. As usual, the package results in an unmatched publication that captures corrections’ international state of affairs.
A new initiative seeks to break the reoffending cycle and reduce recidivism by supporting employment opportunities for (ex)inmates.
R2COM project brings practitioners and researchers together to discuss a holistic and comprehensive approach towards enhancing NGOs’ role in preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE). The initiative especially focuses on interventions post-release from prison.