The R2PRIS project Radicalisation Prevention in Prisons has been included in the DG Migration and Home Affairs’ RAN (Radicalisation Awareness Network) Collection of Inspiring Practices – Prison and Probation Interventions.
R2PRIS is promoted by the BSAFE LAB of UBI University, Portugal, together with IPS_Innovative Prison Systems and the Belgian, Norwegian, Romanian and Turkish prison services, the University of Vest Timisoara, EUROPRIS-European Organisation of Prisons and Correctional Services and ICPA-International Corrections and Prisons Association.
The RAN Collection of Approaches and Practices presents a set of seven practitioners’ approaches in the field of prevention of radicalisation, each of them illustrated by several lessons learned and selected practices and projects.
The RAN Collection is a practical, evolving and growing tool, where practitioners, first liners and policymakers may draw inspiration from, find examples adaptable to their local/specific context and identify counterparts to exchange on prevention experiences.
Being work in progress, the RAN Collection is continuously adjusted and enhanced with new practices from EU/EEA Member States.
Follow to The RAN Collection of Inspiring Practices and the R2PRIS Multi-level In-prison Radicalisation Prevention Approach featured in the RAN Collection website.