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- Bridge - Building resilience to reduce polarisation and growing extremism
- CCI - Cutting crime impact: reducing the impact of criminality in local communities
- Democracy Cities
& Drugs II
- EU Street Violence
- IMPPULSE - Improving Police/Population Understanding for Urban Security
- Just & Safer Cities for All
- LIAISE 1 & 2 - Local institutions against extremism
- Local voices – Local communication strategies to prevent extremism
- LOUD - Local young leaders for inclusion
- MATCH-SPORT - Make Amateur Sport Tolerant Eliminating Racism and Discrimination
- MEDI@4SEC – The emerging role of social media in enhancing public security
- PACTESUR - Protecting cities allied against terrorism by securing urban areas
- PRACTICIES -
Partnership against Violent Radicalisation in Cities
- PREPARE - Preventing radicalisation through probation and release
- PROTECT – Public Resilience using TEchnology to Counter Terrorism
- Safer Drinking Scenes
- Security & Tourism
- Solidify – Supervised Drug ConsumptIon Facilities to Instill Harm Reduction and Social Cohesion at Local Levels
More than 1,000 participants took part in Efus' webconferences since the beginning of the sanitary crisis. We have decided to further these debates with weekly meetings and broaden them to all our work topics. > Efus invites you every Thursday at ...
During its General Assembly meeting held in Augsburg (DE) on 26 June 2019, Efus chose Nice (FR) as the host city of its 2020 “Security, Democracy and Cities” international conference. A key event in the network's life, the conference will ...
PRACTICIES' final conference: a series of 7 online webinars to present the project's results and recommendationsParis, France, April 2020 – The PRACTICIES project (“Partnership Against Violent Radicalisation in Cities”), led by the University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès and in which Efus was a partner, held its final conference in April with a series of seven ...
Interview - The Nightlife Platform publishes a methodological guidebook on the governance of nightlifeParis, France, April 2020 – The Nightlife Platform (Plateforme de la Vie Nocturne), in which Efus is a member, recently published a methodological guidebook on the governance of nightlife (Politique publique et Vie nocturne : Gouvernance et Participation / ...
Paris, France, May 2020 – The public health crisis linked to Covid-19 has had a considerable impact on the development and use of technologies to support the fight against the pandemic, especially those driven by artificial intelligence systems. However, we … More
Insecurities and fears in public spaces in a post-lockdown urban environment – by Mariusz Czepczyński* –
A partner in the PACTESUR project (“Protecting Allied Cities Against Terrorism by Securing Urban Areas”) led by the city of Nice (FR), Efus is publishing a series of articles by the project’s experts with the aim of contributing to the … More
Third coordination meeting of the BRIDGE project: how restorative justice can inspire preventive actions against polarisation
Düsseldorf, Germany, May 2020 – The BRIDGE project (“Building resilience to reduce polarisation and growing extremism”) organised a series of three online web conferences on 23 and 30 April and 7 May replacing the two-day meeting that was originally scheduled … More
The project’s final conference The SOLIDIFY European project held its final conference in Lisbon (PT) on 5 and 6 December 2019. Co-organised with the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) and the municipality of Lisbon, the meeting … More
The guidebook Most European cities are faced with drug use and trafficking in public spaces. Supervised drug consumption facilities (SDCFs) can be a tool for reducing open-space drug consumption, reduce the harm caused by drugs and addictions to local communities, … More
Evaluation tool SOLIDIFY designed an evaluation tool that was presented, discussed and tested several times by the partners over the course of the project. The tool is structured around three topics: public security, public health, and legal framework. Furthermore, a … More