DG HOME, together with DG RTD and REA, is organizing a workshop in Brussels on November 29th to bring together practitioners, policy makers and researchers to discuss the lessons drawn from a number of projects related to radicalisation and that are being currently implemented or have recently come to an end.
Projects funded under Horizon 2020, Horizon Europe and ISF-P have been gathering field insights and developing tools to enhance EU counter-actions towards radicalisation.
This workshop strives to ensure that the research carried out under these projects can be fully exploited by informing policy makers and other stakeholders, particularly on the evidence-based policy responses.
The aim of this workshop is to facilitate the sharing of experiences and research findings in order to identify current achievements, possible synergies, and inspire each other while strengthening collaboration on European level.
Aiming to facilitate interactions within the security research community and users of research outputs, in 2014 the Commission established the Community of Users for Safe, Secure and Resilient Societies (CoU), which gathered around 1,500 registered stakeholders (policy makers, end-users, academia, industry and civil society) and regularly held thematic events with the security research community. Now named the Community for European Research and Innovation for Security (CERIS), this platform continues and expands the work of the CoU, in light of the forthcoming Horizon Europe developments between 2021-2027.