TRAin TRAINING project

(Transfer Radicalization Approaches in Training)

Follow up of the EU/Council of Europe Help course on “Radicalization prevention”

Cod .: FPFP19008
Date: December 17, 2019
Course leaders: Guglielmo Leo and Luca Perilli
Coordinator: Fernanda Iannone

Presentation

The Higher School of the Judiciary has selected a group of ordinary magistrates, judges and public prosecutors, already known for their interest in the topic of radicalization, in order to carry out the final workshop of the TRAin TRAINING (Transfer Radicalization Approaches in Training) project, coordinated by the Ministry of Justice and funded by the European Union (Call: JUST-AG-2016).
The project aims to disseminate knowledge on the phenomenon of radicalization that can lead to terrorism and extreme violence; to provide training for judges, public prosecutors, prison police officers and other personnel working in prison or who are involved in the execution of alternative measures to detention or of community sanctions and measures, in order to improve their ability to identify indicators of violent radicalization, to use risk assessment protocols and therefore to intervene with the activation of rehabilitation and “de-radicalization” paths. The training activity was preceded by a research on radicalization indicators.
The magistrates selected for the workshop participated in the remote HELP course held in spring 2019 on the same topic of preventing and combating radicalization phenomena, so that the workshop will also be a useful opportunity to discuss some of the topics discussed in the context of the e-learning course.

Presentation

The Higher School of the Judiciary has selected a group of ordinary magistrates, judges and public prosecutors, already known for their interest in the topic of radicalization, in order to carry out the final workshop of the TRAin TRAINING (Transfer Radicalization Approaches in Training) project, coordinated by the Ministry of Justice and funded by the European Union (Call: JUST-AG-2016).

The project aims to disseminate knowledge on the phenomenon of radicalization that can lead to terrorism and extreme violence; to provide training for judges, public prosecutors, prison police officers and other personnel working in prison or who are involved in the execution of alternative measures to detention or of community sanctions and measures, in order to improve their ability to identify indicators of violent radicalization, to use risk assessment protocols and therefore to intervene with the activation of rehabilitation and “de-radicalization” paths. The training activity was preceded by a research on radicalization indicators.

The magistrates selected for the workshop participated in the remote HELP course held in spring 2019 on the same topic of preventing and combating radicalization phenomena, so that the workshop will also be a useful opportunity to discuss some of the topics discussed in the context of the e-learning course.