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RAN – approaches and practises

RAN – approaches and practises

During our seminar in Tirana, we had the pleasure to have Mr Werner Prinzjakowitsch representing RAN Network.

RAN is a network of 5000+ frontline or grassroots practitioners from around Europe who work daily with people who have already been radicalised, or who are vulnerable to radicalisation. Practitioners include police and prison authorities, but also those who are not traditionally involved in counter-terrorism activities, such as teachers, youth workers, civil society representatives, local authorities representatives and healthcare professionals. These practitioners combine their knowledge and share information during working groups. Werner is the chair of the RAN working group about Youth, Families and Communities and I work for the Centre of Excellence supporting the network and its actions.

RAN is publishing quite many interesting tools, approachesn and practises.The one that we would like to introduce you  is about the importance to connect the training to the available local institutions, give instructions on how to report on it “Training for first line practitioners”

Available here  https://bit.ly/2TKvA5V #RANCollection


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