On 25th May 2022 at the University Foundation in Brussels, the dissemination event so-called INDEED Mini-Briefing was organised. The aim of the Mini-Briefing was to familiarise practitioners and policymakers dealing with PVE/CVE and De-radicalisation field with the INDEED project, and to present the objectives and preliminary findings.

The event also focused on showcasing the portfolio of planned results as well as INDEED’s Smart Hubs – practitioner networks within several EU member states – which are guided by a user-centred and co-design philosophy.

The event included:

  • 3 keynote speeches of strategic stakeholders,
  • 1 keynote speech of practitioner in the field,
  • Presentation of the INDEED project – its assumptions and planned results,
  • First findings regarding evidence-based approaches to evaluation coming from the literature and research in P/CVE, De-radicalisation and other disciplines;
  • SMART Hubs concept of co-creation of the project by practitioners and policymakers from and outside the consortium.

It was the first INDEED event open to stakeholders, attended by, among others, EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator, representatives of the European Commission Prevention Radicalisation Unit, European Crime Prevention Network and European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training CEPOL.

The summary report is available HERE.