Conférence finale du réseau H2020 Practicies sous forme de « Webinar » (en ligne et sur inscription) en français et en anglais.
Webinar 1, 27 March 11am – Session in French
Introduction and welcome to the PRACTICIES Final Conference activities» Séraphin Alava, University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès, PRACTICIES coordinator» Martí Navarro Regàs, European Forum for Urban Security
Experts panel 1: Young people’s perception of extremism, results of a Europe-wide survey and findings from the psychological approach
- Nicolas Becuwe, KANTAR
- Dounia Bouzar, Bouzar Expertises
- Yanis Lammari, Youth ID.
Webinar 2, 3 April 11am – Session in English
Experts panel 2: Radicalisation through language, tackling polarisation and hate speech
- Clodine Moise, University of Grenoble Alpes (tbc)
- Robert Örell, Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN)
- Valentina Dragos, National Office of Aerospatial Studies and Research (Office national d’études et de recherches aérospatiales, ONERA)
Webinar 3, 15 April 10 am – Session in English
Presentation of the PRACTICIES Policy Paper
- Rasha Nagem, University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès
Experts panel 3: Radicalisation prevention policies and strategies at the local, national and European levels»
- Rut Bermejo, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
- Chafiaa Djouadi, University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès
EU new funding programming: Towards renewed cooperation
- Marina Martínez, Framework Programme Officer at the Spanish Office for Science and Technology
PRACTICIES Final Conference closing remarks
- Séraphin Alava, University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès
Tools developed by the PRACTICIES experts for professionals specialised in the prevention of violent extremism, and are aimed at providing local and national stakeholders with news ideas and strategies in this field.
Toolbox presentation 1: Extremist content analysis tool
31 March 11am -Presentation in English»
- Joaquín Lago, Gradiant
- Adrián Abalde, Gradiant
Toolbox presentation 2: Citizens Agora
31 March 12pm – Presentation in English
A Citizens Agora offers a space for inclusive citizenship participation and empowerment at the local level in order to prevent early anti-democratic extremism and violent radicalisation. Citizens Agoras can provide information and training for different target groups, bring together groups for better mutual understanding, and offer a space for dialogue and discussion, thus giving a voice to those who often have no or little access to public debate. In all their forms, Citizens Agoras enable democratic experience, empowerment and self-efficacy. Heiko Berner and Markus Pausch speak about the experiences and lessons learned in the PRACTICIES project.
- Markus Pausch, University of Applied Sciences, Salzburg
Markus Pausch is an Austrian political scientist and author and professor at the University of Applied Sciences Salzburg. Until 2014 he was head of the Centre for Future Studies in Salzburg. He researches and teaches on social and political future issues in the European multi-level system, including democracy, participation, migration and innovation.
- Heiko Berner, University of Applied Sciences, Salzburg
Toolbox presentation 3: Newscraft, a serious game
7 April 11am – Presentation in French
Within the framework of the PRACTICIES project, the company Vertical has worked with the University of Lille, through the GERiiCO research laboratory, to create a serious game on media and information literacy. It seeks to help young people acquire critical thinking skills in order to better sift through all the discourses and images they regularly access through different media at a time when the danger of “fake news”, so-called “conspiracist” narratives and radical propaganda fuels intense public debate.
- Céline Matuszak, University of Lille
- Aurélia Lamy, University of Lille
Toolbox presentation 4: Digital Me
7 April 12pm – Presentation in French
The Digital Me Teacher Toolkit provides secondary school teachers and trainers with a course for young people aged between 14 and 18 that seeks to promote active citizenship. During the course, students create a digital story: a short video (1-3 minutes) expressing their opinion on a topic through images and a voice-over. The stories are shared within a Story Circle, where students must ask and answer questions about their work and offer feedback to others in the group. They thus are encouraged to think critically about the information they encounter whilst learning to participate actively in a group. In general, the stories they produce address an injustice or raise awareness of an issue. In this manner, students feel empowered in their ability to solve problems in society from within.
- Veronique de Leener, Media Actie Kureghem (MAKS)
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