INDEED invites stakeholders dealing with PVE/CVE/De-radicalisation to attend face-to face dissemination event called Mini-Briefing to hear more about the INDEED project and to learn what benefits they can derive from this initiative. The meeting is planned for 25th May 2022 at the University Foundation in Brussels.
The final agenda of this 1-day event is available HERE.
The INDEED Mini-Briefing will present the project, its portfolio of planned results and preliminary findings from the first months of work to an audience of key stakeholders working in this field, including representatives from the European Commission and other invited strategic agencies. The Mini-Briefing will focus on the presentation and discussion of:
- INDEED’s development of an evidence-based approach to evaluation in PVE/CVE and De-radicalisation
- INDEED’s Smart Hub concept and benefits for stakeholders
The aim of this dissemination event is to raise awareness of the INDEED project among practitioners and policy makers working in this field. It will also be a great opportunity for them to familiarise with the project and learn about the possibilities of joining the geographical SMART Hubs.
The event is dedicated to the first-line practitioners and policy makers dealing with PVE/CVE/De-radicalisation and crime prevention across Europe. The number of places is limited (about 60 people).
Join the event to:
- Become familiar with the INDEED project and its portfolio of planned results
- Learn more about first findings on evidence-based approaches to evaluation
- Find out more about the geographical SMART Hubs and benefits for stakeholders
- Hear key speeches by representatives of EU agencies and practitioners in the field
All interested can register HERE.
The final part of this event is a closed-door meeting to which the following strategic stakeholders have been invited: the European Commission, EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator Office, the Radicalisation Awareness Network, the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL), the European Crime Prevention Network (EUCPN) and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Terrorism Prevention Branch.
The purpose of this meeting is to engage with the above-mentioned stakeholders within INDEED and beyond to enhance the dissemination and utilisation of the main results of the project. During the meeting, the consortium will be represented by the project Coordinator and work package Leaders.