Practitioners coming from the Ministry of Justice of Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, The Netherland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, the UK and Italy will attend the meeting.
In this framework the Italian Ministry of Justice will propose first promising practices in the fight against violent forms of radicalisation within the prisons. The main objective of the meeting is to transform these promising practices into transferable best practices for all Member States.
OUR DIRECTOR OF THE INTERNATIONAL OFFICE, SERGIO BIANCHI, WHO IS MEMBER OF THE RAN – CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE, WILL PRESENT THE IMPORTANCE OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE COOPERATION TO COUNTER RADICALISATION INDICATING NEW WAYS TO ADDRESS FUTURE CHALLENGES.
Three days later, on the 1st of November, the newly appointed General Director of Agenfor International, Maria Ladu, will attend the RAN EXIT Meeting in Milano, where strategies for deradicalisation will be discussed.