INTEGRA Final International Conference The INTEGRA project, whose research and training have spanned three years, reached its end. In the final stretch of the project, the project’s Consortium gathered all the knowledge, experience and products achieved and shared them with around 80 practitioners from around the world in an international online final conference on the 16th and 17th of December of 2020. 16-17 December, 2020. Learn more
INTEGRA Pilot training of Portuguese Mentors The national (Portugal) pilot training was promoted by IPS_Innovative Prison Systems and was attended by more than a dozen community practitioners working within criminal justice, law enforcement, and university students. 15-16 December, 2020.Learn more
INTEGRA Portuguese National Seminar IPS shared the INTEGRA project’s achievements in radicalisation prevention with practitioners working in the Portuguese criminal justice system and adjacent fields. 11 December, 2020.Learn more
Annual Conference on Countering Terrorism in the EU 2020 - Dealing with right-wing and other forms of non-jihadi extremism 10-11 December, 2020. Learn more
Webinar - Researching the far right: Methods for mapping far right violence 10 December, 2020. Learn more
Annual Conference on Countering Terrorism in the EU 2020: Dealing with right-wing and left-wing extremism 19-20 November, 2020. Learn more
3º Staff Training Event This event, hosted by IPS_Innovative Prison Systems, marks the 3rd Short-term Joint Staff Training Event of the INTEGRA project, focusing on the prevention of radicalisation within probation settings and its indissociable relationship with the prison and community organisations’ contexts. It will join approximately 40 professionals from prison staff, probation staff and community organisation from Portugal, France, Bulgaria and Greece. 18-27 November, 2020. Learn more
Webinar - Researching the far right: Challenges and opportunities of social media research 12 November, 2020. Learn more
INTEGRA Greek National Seminar KEMEA shared the INTEGRA project’s achievements in radicalisation prevention with practitioners working in the Greek criminal justice system and adjacent fields. 2 November, 2020.Learn more
Progressive Terrorist Studies Webinar Series - Disrupting Networks of Influence 27 October, 2020. Learn more
OSCE-wide Counter-Terrorism Conference 2020 Vienna, 14-15 September, 2020. Learn more
ECPR General Conference: Populism, Radicalism and Extremism: At the Margins and into the Mainstream 24-28 August, 2020. Learn more
International Day of Victims of Terrorism 21 August, 2020. Learn more
International Conference on Sociology of Radicalisation and Extremism Prague, 9-10th July, 2020.
2020 Virtual Counter-Terrorism Week 29 June - 3 July, 2020. Learn more
Joint High-Level Regional Conference on "Foreign Terrorist Fighters: Addressing Current Challenges" Vienna, 11-12 February, 2020. Learn more
International Conference on Countering Violent Extremism and Radicalization Sydney, 30-31st January, 2020. Learn more
Fourth World Congress on Probation Sydney, September 2019. Learn more
Conference on Preventing Violent Radicalisation Hensinki, 17th September, 2019. Learn more
ICPRRVE 2019International Conference on Preventing Religious Radicalisation and Violent Extremism Barcelona, August 2019.
Radicalisation Workshop - EuroPris European Prisons Association. EuroPris organises a closed-door workshop for prison experts on radicalisation during two half-day sessions. The workshop is hosted by the Belgian Prison Service. It consists of an interactive workshop, combining presentations from a variety European jurisdictions with (moderated) discussions between the participants and with the speakers.
EU Conference on Youth, Peace and Security - Promoting Youth in Peacebuilding. This conference includes a panel titled "Empowering young people to prevent / counter violent extremism" that is organised by the UNESCO. The overarching goals of this conference are to further reinforce momentum in the EU implementation of the Youth, Peace and Security agenda, foster EU policy on Youth, Peace and Security, promote EU-United Nations cooperation on youth in peacebuilding, while enhancing the visibility of the Youth, Peace and Security agenda. Brussels, 23th May, 2018. Learn more
ERA Seminar on Rehabilitation and Alternative Sanctions to Detention for Radicalised Individuals. This is the third seminar, in a series of four co-funded by the European Commission, on issues related to countering terrorism and radicalisation. It will focus on rehabilitation and alternative sanctions to detention in relation to radicalised individuals. The use of the relevant Framework Decisions within this context will be analysed, along with the judiciary’s role in this area. Utrecht, 8th-9th March, 2018. Read more
European Commission's Conference on Radicalisation in Prisons. The European Commission has organised a conference on Radicalisation in Prisons, in close cooperation with the Bulgarian Presidency and with the support of EuroPris and the Confederation of European Probation (CEP). The participants included prison and probation experts, and also judges and prosecutors. Brussels, 27th February, 2018. Read more
Euro-mediterranean conference of cities on the prevention of radicalisation. More than twenty Mediterranean cities, represented by their respective mayors, have gathered to sign the “Nice Declaration” against terrorism. INTEGRA's project partner IPS_Innovative Prison Systems was present. Nice, September 28th-30th, 2017. Read more
INTEGRA project is co-financed by ERASMUS + programme (KA2 - Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education). ERASMUS + is the new EU programme for Education, Training, Youth, and Sport (2014-2020).
This website has been accomplished during the project “Integrated community, probation and prison services radicalisation prevention approach” (INTEGRA), Grant Agreement no. 2017-1-FR01-KA204-037446, implemented with financial support of the European Commission by the Erasmus + Programme. This publication reflects the views only of the author. The French National Agency ERASMUS+ Education and Training and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.