ABOUT THE INDEED FINAL EVENT AND 2nd INTERNATIONAL POLICY AND PRACTITIONERS FORUM 

The INDEED Consortium is delighted to invite you to join us for the INDEED Final Event and 2nd International Policy and Practitioners Forum from September 11 – 13 in Warsaw, Poland.

This event is a major milestone in the P/CVE, De-Radicalisation and Crime Prevention Fields as it brings together front-line practitioners, policy makers, academics, experts and evaluators.

The event will address innovations, developments and key issues in evidenced-based evaluation, policy and practice and will share highlights, tools and results from the INDEED project, how they can concretely benefit policy makers and practitioners in the field and explore together with all participating agencies next steps in shaping the future of evidence-based evaluation, policy and practice in Europe.

THE DESIGN AND EXPERIENCE OF THE INDEED EVENT

The INDEED Event will:

  • Address frontiers and key developments, innovations and practices improving evidence-based policy, practice and evidence-based evaluation
  • Bring forward major achievements and hands-on results of the INDEED Project for first-line practitioners and policy makers to improve evidence-based evaluation, policy and practice
  • Share forefront lessons from practitioners in the field and from research on evidence-based practice and evaluation
  • Foster vibrant exchange and dialogue on evidence-based practice and evaluation in the field of PVE / CVE / De-radicalisation and crime prevention
  • Address the centrality of GELSA – Gender, Ethical, Legal and Societal Aspects – in all aspects of evidence-based evaluation, policy and practice in the field
  • Bring together key stakeholders from local, national, EU and international organisations to advance the state of policy and practice in the field and the development of a community of practice for evidence-based evaluation!

 

Key-note presentations, parallel workshops and working sessions will be organised on key themes and sub-topics. Interested institutions are invited to contribute through organising sessions, workshops and presentations on the work they are doing in the field.

THE EVENT IN NUMBERS

ABOUT INDEED SMART HUBS

The INDEED network of geographical SMART HUBS (Stakeholder Multisectoral Anti-Radicalisation Teams) brings together first-line practitioners, policy makers and representatives of education and academia actively involved in designing, planning, implementation and evaluation of PVE / CVE and De-radicalisation initiatives such as policies and strategies, long term programmes, short term actions, ad hoc interventions.

Geographical SMART Hubs will be established in all 15 countries represented in the consortium; each Hub has a Focal Point who is the first point of contact for stakeholders.

The network of SMART Hubs enables INDEED’s stakeholders to proactively be involved from the early phase of INDEED to ensure a user-centred co-design of the project outcomes that will be of direct use and applicability by the various groups.