SMART HUBS

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.

FInd out more about SMART HUBs

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.

FInd out more about SMART HUBs

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.

FInd out more about SMART HUBs

WHO BUILDS INDEED SMART HUBS

WHO BUILDS INDEED SMART HUBS

EXPRESS YOU INTEREST AND JOIN THE INDEED SMART HUBS

Interested institutions may express intention to join the network of SMART Hubs through the registration form available under this link. New members will be notified of their application status within 14 days from submitting the application.


To join the network your institution is required to meet 3 inclusion criteria:

– The organisation is involved in PVE / CVE / De-radicalisation or crime prevention domains;

– The organisation is interested in evidenced-based evaluation and proper planning, designing and implementation of PVE / CVE and De-radicalisation initiatives;

– The organisation is interested in using the INDEED results.

 

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.

 

Join INDEED SMART Hubs

– Develop a collaborative environment for the co-design and co-creation methodologies used for the delivery of INDEED

– Map out gaps in the existing knowledge domains

– Utilise and draw on diverse perspectives in the design and development of its tool

– Facilitate sustained interactions /  communications at various levels;

– Identify, map out, and validate users’ requirements

– Build a pool of resources for exploitation for the completion of the project’s activities

– Gaining visibility and widening your networks with other institutions working in the same field across countries and Europe

– Strengthening internal analysis of existing evaluatory frameworks

– Opportunity to express and discuss the needs, gaps and demands in evaluation

– Take part in the design, development, testing and validation of the evidence-based evaluation tool that the project will build, and you will have the opportunity to use in practice

– Opportunity to take part in capacity building activities (trainings, workshops, evaluation and strengthening skills on how to properly design, plan, implement and evaluate PVE / CVE and De-radicalisation initiatives such as policies and strategies, long term programmes, short term actions, ad hoc interventions as well as how to improve their effectiveness

– Sharing good practices, engaging in the real-world to tackle specific problems in tackling radicalisation

– Utilising the final results of the project in everyday work

CONTACT YOUR SMART HUB FOCAL POINT

Magda Okuniewska
Magda OkuniewskaSH Focal Point - Poland
magda.okuniewska@ppbw.pl
Martyna Kakalec
Martyna KakalecSH Focal Point - Poland
martyna.kakalec@ppbw.pl
Peter Muyshondt
Peter MuyshondtSH Focal Point - Belgium
peter.muyshondt@police.belgium.eu
Arif Sahar
Arif SaharSH Focal Point - The United Kingdom
a.sahar@shu.ac.uk
Leena Malkki
Leena MalkkiSH Focal Point - Finland
leena.malkki@helsinki.fi
Julia Retting
Julia RettingSH Focal Point - France
rettig@efus.eu
Eszter Karácsony
Eszter KarácsonySH Focal Point - France
karacsony@efus.eu
Isabella Pirlogea
Isabella PirlogeaSH Focal Point - Romania
isabella.pirlogea@patrir.eu
Dana Dolghin
Dana DolghinSH Focal Point - Romania
dana.dolghin@patrir.eu
Hannah Reiter
Hannah ReiterSH Focal Point - Austria
hannah.reiter@vicesse.eu
Micol Biscotto
Micol BiscottoSH Focal Point - Italy
micol.biscotto@dblue.it
Robert Örell
Robert ÖrellSH Focal Point - Sweden
rorell@protonmail.com
Giorgos Triantafyllou
Giorgos TriantafyllouSH Focal Point - Greece
g.triantafyllou@kemea-research.gr
 Staņislavs Šeiko
Staņislavs ŠeikoSH Focal Point - Latvia
 Stanislavs.Seiko@riga.lv
Alexander Vollbach
Alexander VollbachSH Focal Point - Germany
alexander.vollbach@justiz.bremen.de
Pedro Liberado
Pedro LiberadoSH Focal Point - Portugal
pedro.liberado@prisonsystems.eu
Elena Churukova
Elena ChurukovaSH Focal Point - Bulgaria
elena.churukova@gdin.bg
Isabel Paniagua
Isabel PaniaguaSH Focal Point - Spain
dri.pm@madrid.es

SMART HUB COORDINATORS

Natalia Jarmuzek-Troczynska
Natalia Jarmuzek-TroczynskaSMART Hubs Coordinator
smarthubs@indeedproject.eu
Arif Sahar
Arif SaharSMART Hubs Coordinator
smarthubs@indeedproject.eu