On 27th-29th April 2022 took place in Athens, hosted by the Hellenic Police, the first face to face INDEED Practitioner’s Workshop called “GAP ANALYSIS OF EVALUATION PRACTICES IN PVE/CVE/DE-RADICALISATION”. 

The focus of the workshop was to identify the current initiatives and evaluation frameworks deployed in preventing violent extremism (PVE), countering violent extremism (CVE) and De-radicalisation initiatives. Examples of initiatives included policies and strategies, programmes, actions, and interventions implemented by the consortium partners and external practitioners and policy makers.

The main aims of the workshop were to understand the advantages and limitations of current approaches to PVE/ CVE/ and De-radicalisation initiatives and how they are evaluated.

In attendance of the workshop were practitioners and policy makers from varying sectors and jurisdictions. The workshop engaged with the experts to understand:

  1.  Which initiatives are currently implemented and how they are evaluated;
  2. What would be the ideal outcomes from their initiatives; and
  3. What are the potential barriers and limitations they are experiencing that inhibit optimal
    process of evaluation.

Find HERE the report that outlines the key results of the workshop and highlights the gaps and solutions that were proposed by the participants/ stakeholders.