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Efus invites you to a one-day event on the local prevention of discriminatory violence, on 31 October, in ParisParis, France, October 2018 – Efus invites members to the first meeting of its newly-created “Just & Safer Cities for All” working group on the topic of the prevention of discriminatory violence, which will be held in Paris on 31 ...
Be the host city/region of Efus' next “Security, Democracy and Cities” conference, in the autumn of 2020Paris, France, October 2018 – The success of Efus' last “Security, Democracy and Cities” conference hosted in November 2017 by the city of Barcelona and the government of Catalonia, as well as the wish expressed by numerous participants to see ...
Second meeting of the PRACTICIES group of cities on the prevention of violent radicalisation in citiesParis, France, October 2018 – After a first meeting in Salzburg (AT) in March, the group of cities partaking in the PRACTICIES project for the prevention of violent radicalisation in cities, which is led by Efus, held its ...
Management of nightlife: Efus and the Plateforme de la Vie Nocturne at the fourth NIGHTS conference, 15-17 November, Brussels, BelgiumParis, France, October 2018 – Efus will take part, in partnership with the Plateforme de la Vie Nocturne (PVN, Nightlife Platform), in the fourth NIGHTS conference on the management of nightlife organised for 15-17 November in Brussels (BE) by the ...
Start of the new “Cutting Crime Impact” (CCI) European project on the reduction of the impact of crime on local communities
Paris, October 2018 – A new project funded by the European Commission, “Cutting Crime Impact” (CCI), in which Efus is a partner, will start on 1 October. Its objective is to enable police and relevant local and national authorities, particularly … More
The MEDI@4SEC project discusses technology trends and their use for public authorities at a workshop in Brussels
Brussels, Belgium, October 2018 – Efus took part in the workshop on the topic of “Innovative market solutions” organised by the MEDI@4SEC project, of which it is a partner, that focused on the most recent technological innovations in the ICT … More
“The Senior Academy is a modern and effective model that promotes community awareness in the issue of the elderly.” Mihai Costel, Deputy mayor of Brasov (Romania)
————- On the occasion of the United Nations International Day of Older Persons, Mihai Costel, Deputy Mayor of Brasov (Romania), tells us how his municipality improved the security of its senior population, notably through the establishment of a “Senior Academy” … More
Paris, September 2018 – Efus will submit on 11 October to the European Commission a project on the local prevention of online hate speech, and is looking for member authorities that are interested in taking part. The deadline for receiving … More
Innovation in urban security policies: Designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating public policies based on a prospective approach
Paris, September 2018 – Given the increasingly widespread use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the public sphere, notably in the areas of safety and security, and in order to help member local authorities fully harness their potential, Efus … More
Preventing discriminatory violence: a new working group and a series of events scheduled this autumn
Paris, France, September 2018 – There is increasing recognition in Europe that our common security policies must rely on the indispensable alliance between safety and the respect for fundamental rights. High level representatives from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation … More