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Efus conducts a series of debates with local authorities across Europe on the prevention of discriminatory violenceParis, September 2017 – In the framework of the Just and Safer Cities for All (JUST) project, Efus is organising a series of debates with local elected officials, security practitioners and civil society representatives in European cities to discuss the ...
“Tackling security issues by cooperating with other municipalities” - Interview with Ferenc Szöllősi, Mayor of Pécel, new member of EfusPécel is a town of 17,000 situated in the suburbs of Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Why did Pécel join Efus and what benefits do you expect? Ferenc Szöllősi : I am Mayor of Pécel since 2010 and I think that in ...
A series of video clips feature field practitioners and specialists who talk about the main aspects of a local strategy against radicalisation: partnerships, working with families, strengthening resilience, disengagement processes and communication. Produced by Efus, these videos are available in ...
15-17 November 2017 DHUB, Barcelona Organised by the European Forum for Urban Security (Efus), the Government of Catalonia and the City of Barcelona, this international and interdisciplinary conference will be dedicated to the coproduction of urban security policies. Efus’ action is based on ...
Prevention of violent extremism: Efus, the Euromed network and 60 mayors from 18 countries sign a common declaration
Nice, October 2017 – The Declaration of Nice, drafted jointly by the Euromed network and Efus, was adopted on 30 September by the two networks and 60 mayors from 18 countries. The signatories recall the importance for local authorities of … More
The Czech city of Brno concludes the first National Crime Prevention Days with a declaration advocating more transverse cooperation
Brno, Czech Republic, September 2017 – The city of Brno organised the first National Crime Prevention Days of the Czech Republic on 19 and 20 September, which included a two-day conference of experts on “Crime, Crime Prevention and Society”. The … More
Municipal councillor for the Tetúan and Moncloa districts of Madrid, Montserrat Galcerán Huguet explains why the city decided to commit to guaranteeing the respect of privacy and fundamental rights in the use of video-surveillance. Why did the city of Madrid … More
The Hague, Netherlands, September 2017 – What are the latest developments on the dark web? What aspects of the dark web present challenges for public security? What are today’s best policing practices in this respect? These were some of the … More
Policy-makers are increasingly interested in the role of prisons and probation services with regards to de-radicalisation, not only because prisons are considered to be breeding grounds for radicalisation, but also because together with the probation services, they can be effective … More
Euro-Mediterranean conference of cities on the prevention of radicalisation, 29-30 September, Nice (France)
Paris, September 2017 – What concerted actions can cities take to prevent violent radicalisation? How to involve civil society? These are the main questions to be discussed at the “Euro-Mediterranean conference of cities on the prevention of radicalisation” co-organised by … More