Executive Committee Meeting – 17 March 2016, Matosinhos (Portugal)

On 17 March 2016, the Executive Committee meeting will be hosted in the city of Matosinhos (Portugal).  For registration, programme and practical information, please visit Efus Network EC Group by clicking the link below. Go to the Executive Committee Group If you … More

Views on Violence within the family context – Conference, 17-18 March 2016, Matosinhos

The municipality of Matosinhos and Efus are organising, as part of a series of conferences, a two-day seminar on “Views on violence within the family context », that will take place on 17 and 18 March 2016. The objective is to … More

Launch of the project “Just & Safer Cities for All” to fight locally against intolerance and discrimination

Paris, January 2016 – Through the project “Just & Safer Cities for All”, which is co-financed by the European Union’s Directorate General Justice, the European Forum for Urban Security is renewing its commitment to work against all forms of racist … More

Conference on “Tools for a strategic approach to urban security” in Rotterdam

Rotterdam, the Netherlands, December 2015 – Organised by Efus and the city of Rotterdam in cooperation with the partners of the AUDITS project, the conference “Tools for a strategic approach to urban security” gathered 110 participants from Belgium, France, Germany, … More

Migration and international security main priorities of the Dutch presidency of the Union’s Council

Migratory crises, risk of implosion of the Schengen system, terrorist threat, more questions about Britain’s future within the EU and the rule of law dispute with the new Polish government: the European Union is facing a series of crises at the beginning … More

Working apart together: EU conference on the administrative approach to prevent and tackle crime

Working apart together  EU conference on the administrative approach to prevent and tackle crime 21-22 March 2016, Amsterdam Conference organised by the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice Administrative authorities often have a critical role to play in tackling organised … More