The Polish Platform for Homeland Security’s latest newsletter has been published. We encourage everyone to read it!
Radicalisation, polarisation, alienation and extremism are complex processes that require a comprehensive approach to prevent them. This is why within the PARTICIPATION project we conducted a study on analysing the factors leading to those phenomena.
Having attended the recent Annual Innovation Hub meeting in Brussels – from the position of a project partner in various EU-funded actions – we explore several key points raised during the meeting.
The APPRAISE project consortium holds a meeting at the Gdansk International Fair to discuss innovative technologies for public spaces protection. The event is attended by interested stakeholders and possible end-users.
French Cybersecurity Days in Poland: A fantastic initiative that includes a dedicated conference and business meetings. The event runs on the 15th and 16th of September at the French Embassy in Warsaw.
We are pleased to announce that the Commander-in-Chief of the Polish Police and the Polish Government Centre for Security are the Honorary Patrons of the “Criminal Intelligence – New Trends in Analysis Conference 2022” conference (CINTIA 2022).
Students (and not only) of the Tadeusz Kosciuszko High School No. 1 in Gorzow Wielkopolski had the opportunity to participate in a series of classes of the pilot educational program to prevent radicalization leading to discrimination and hate speech called “I UNDERSTAND=RESPECT.”
The Polish Platform for Homeland Security, in collaboration with AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, is currently accepting registrations for the first edition of the international analytical conference “Criminal Intelligence – New Trends in Analysis Conference 2022” (CINTiA 2022).
We are pleased to announce that the MIRAD Mid-term Stakeholder Symposium will be held in September in Poznan (Poland) on September 28, 2022. We will be talking on the topic: Working towards more efficient rehabilitation and reintegration of VETOs: The key role of risk assessment and multi-stakeholder cooperation.
The webinar is the final part of a series of 3 events dedicated to the designing process of evidence-based prevention practice. In the last part which will take place on 22nd August 2022 from 9:00-10:30 CEST, the process of designing, planning and conducting the evaluation of a long-term comprehensive preventive programme will be discussed in detail.