Achieving long-term security in our societies: Challenging radicalisation between prevention
and social reintegration
IPRS has been invited to present the MATES project at the European Parliament on the 29 of November, 2017 during the seminar entitled “Achieving long-term security in our societies: Challenging radicalization between prevention and social reintegration “.
We are very pleased to have received this invitation, which is a sign that the project is reaching the expected results.
29 November 2017, from 13.30 to 15.00
European Parliament, Rue Wiertz 60
Room: ASP 3G3
13.30 – Welcoming remarks by MEP Caterina Chinnici
13.40 – Sir Julian King, Commissioner for the security union (confirmed)
– The approach of the European Commission on radicalisation and terrorism
14.05 – Judy Korn, Working Group leader (Radicalisation Awareness Network Exit) (TBC)
– Strategies to support deradicalisation (leaving radical ideology), ‘disengagement’ (leaving radical environment and violent behaviour) or ‘re-socialisation’
14.30 – Raffaele Bracalenti (Psychoanalytic Institute for Social Research) and Isabella Mastropasqua (Department for Juvenile and community Justice, Italian Ministry of Justice)
– Islam inspired terrorism. Towards a Multi-Agency approach to Radicalized Youth in Probation: the state of the art in six European Countries.
With the participation of representatives of the MATES (Multi-Agency Training Exit Strategies for Radicalized Youth project) project partners in Germany, Spain, Portugal, Estonia, Slovenia.
14.55 – Sonia Specchia (Department for Juvenile and community Justice, Italian Ministry of Justice)
– Presentation of the RASMORAD P&P Project coordinated by the Department of Penitentiary Administration and the Department for Juvenile and community Justice of the Italian Ministry of Justice.
15.00 – Conclusion by TERR Committee Chair, MEP Nathalie Griesbeck
EN, FR, IT interpretation