More than 600 people killed by Jihadist terrorism in Europe since 2004

The International Seminar "Radicalisation and violent extremism: maps, contexts and responses", organised by the Euro-Arab Foundation and the University of Granada, closed this afternoon. The seminar, inaugurated on 9 April in the Euro-Arab, brought together experts from the Council of Europe, the National High Court and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, as well as researchers and professionals from national and international universities and research centres.

TRAINING AID course on Violent Radicalization at Euro-Arab Foundation

The Euro-Arab Foundation and the Agrupación de los Cuerpos de la Administración de Instituciones Penitenciarias (ACAIP) are organising a new training programme on violent radicalisation this coming 27 March. This training, which takes places within the framework of the European research project TRAINING AID, is open to professionals from different disciplines who work with groups vulnerable to radicalisation as well as to the university community.

RETOPEA: Religious Toleration and Peace

The aim of this European Commission project is to investigate how experiences with historical peace treaties in Europe and around the world foster tolerance and understanding of religious diversity, especially among adolescents.

SYMPOSIUM MIICT.ICT / Enabled Public Services for Migration

The symposium has been developed in the Sheffield Institute of Education on november 13th. Its aim is to explore a diverse set of themes connected to the overall objetives of the MIICT project. This is reflected by our speakers who cover issues related to migrant integration from a number of disciplinary perspectives.

Details on the implemented project: SISUMMA

After a year and a half of successful implementation, SISUMMA project has come to an end. SISUMMA (Social Initiative of Support to Minorities through Mediactivism) was financed by the European Union in the frame of the “Europe for citizens” programme.

TAKEDOWN: Understanding the Dimensions of Organised Crime and Terrorist Networks for Developing Effective and Efficient Security Solutions for First-line-practitioners and Professionals

Organized Crime and Terrorist Networks (OC/TN) are a major challenge for the European Union and many different stakeholder groups are involved in creating awareness, preventing, identifying and intervene in case of risk or threat. But in order to develop better strategies and instruments, we still need a deeper understanding of these phenomena.