Three European projects MINDb4ACT, CHAMPIONs and BRAVE funded under the H2020 and ISF-P European Commission Programmes are pleased to invite you to register at the RADPol2020 conference “Radicalisation in Central and Eastern Europe – trends, challenges and opportunities to counteract”. Due to COVID-19 outbreak the conference will be held as online formula namely three webinars that will take place on 18th June 2020; 25th June 2020 and 2nd July 2020.
The conference aims to continue a dialogue on trends in various forms of radicalisation in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the challenges they bring. The goal is also to exchange experiences, good practices in counteracting this phenomenon, present the latest research results and the essence of multi-agency cooperation in this field.
The detailed formula of the RADPol event consists of three webinars and four experts’ panels:
Webinar 1: Research Day – “Towards Evidence-Based Practice and Policy: What research projects offer to practitioners in the field of preventing radicalisation” – 18th June 2020; time 10:00-11:30 CEST
Webinar 2: Policy Event – “Sharing the insights on Central and Eastern Europe approaches in radicalisation and violent extremism” – 25th June 2020; time: 10:00-12:35 CEST
Experts Panel I: Current trends on radicalisation in Central and Eastern Europe.
Experts Panel II: Right-wing extremism in Central and Eastern Europe – context, challenges, latest research results and best practices.
Webinar 3: Policy Event – Doing it Better “Improving Policy and Practice tackling Radicalisation and Violent Extremism in Central and Eastern Europe” – 2nd July 2020; time: 10:00-12:25 CEST
Experts Panel III: Multi-agency approach and joint-action initiatives to tackling radicalisation/violent extremism: success stories and good practices.
Expert Panel IV: Gender beyond not religiously motivated extremism.
The conference addresses a wide range of practitioners involved in preventing and counteracting radicalisation at various levels throughout Europe; but, also to policymakers, local and central administration, public institutions (e.g. social welfare, courts, probation office), researchers, the non-governmental sector and other entities interested in this topic.
Participation in all webinars is free of charge. Registration is mandatory for each webinar and expert panel separately.
The agenda, registration form and other details can be found on the conference website - here.