Other relevant Projects and Web Campaign

In order to seek and maintain an interaction with other relevant projects which have been funded under relevant FP7 and Horizon 2020 calls, CICERO project is still in touch with TRIVALENT project (trivalent-project.eu) that aims to a better understanding of root causes of the phenomenon of violent radicalisation in Europe in order to develop appropriate countermeasures, ranging from early detection methodologies to techniques of counter-narrative.

This is a list of other EU funded projects that deals with terrorism and radicalization:

The general objective of the project is to prevent vulnerable audiences from starting a process of radicalisation by offering them resilience and critical thinking mechanisms, as well as convince those already engaged within a process of radicalisation to abandon it or dissuade them from going further by providing an alternative narrative that deconstructs extremist rhetoric, in order to change violent behaviour.

Resilient Youth against Far-Right Extremist Messaging Online.

The project aims to design and disseminate an online campaign including deradicalization and prevention online resources (mainly online counter-narratives, such as the stories of formers); videos produced by vulnerable youth (alternative narratives) and a video game structured along binary decisions leading to radicalization or maintaining resilience (both).

preventing and combating online radicalisation.

Understand the Dimensions of Organised Crime and Terrorist Networks for Developing Effective and Efficient Security Solutions for First-line-practitioners and Professionals.

PERICLES (Policy recommendation and improved communication tools for law enforcement and security agencies preventing violent radicalisation):
The overall aim of the project is to develop a comprehensive approach to prevent and counter violent radicalisation and extremism. This project is especially dedicated to transitional processes of radicalisation.

The project aimed to develop a real-time early detection and alert system for online terrorist content based on natural language processing, social network analysis, Artificial Intelligence and complex event processing.

launched a preventive program against radicalization through propaganda on the Internet. By raising young people’s awareness about the content of hate messages and propaganda, youth can be empowered to recognize manipulation attempts and question them.

The project aims at developing skills and building a community of practice for innovative, ethical and effective actions against violent extremism.

The following list concerns other Eu funded Campaign:

The campaign #EUSavesLives sought to raise awareness of both the EU’s response to natural or man-made disasters, and the importance of humanitarian aid and civil protection based on the principle of solidarity. Launched on 6th of April 2018 in Vilnius, Lithuania, the #EUSavesLives campaign consisted of a virtual reality roadshow which toured several countries, allowing visitors to experience EU emergency response in immersive virtual reality.

On 14 May 2019 over 400 students, teachers, policy makers and humanitarian aid experts gathered in Brussels at the #School4All event, together with Commissioner Christos Stylianides, Nobel Peace Prize winner Denis Mukwege, Handicap International ambassador Axelle Red and singer Typh Barrow. Together they took stock of the achievements so far and launched a social media campaign to raise awareness: #RaiseYourPencil for #School4All!

The “EU Protects” campaign tells the real-life stories of people who work for, or are supported by, the EU – and whose job it is to keep us all safe. Their action on the ground helps protect citizens against a wide range of today’s biggest global challenges. The campaign highlights the benefits of European collaboration and a greater sense of European solidarity. By using real, personal stories, the “EU Protects” campaign brings the EU closer to the citizen and highlights its very tangible work that makes us all safe.

The #EUEducationEmpowers campaign targeted EU citizens with the aim to raise awareness of the EU’s work in providing access to education for children caught up in humanitarian crises across the world. The campaign consisted of short film projections in cinemas, advertisements, and featured heavily on social media. Its central message was that education offers children in emergencies safety, the opportunity to develop life skills, and provides a sense of normality.

Extreme dialogue campaign equips young people to challenge extremism. It provides a starting point and a guided way of navigating core themes and questions around extremism using films, educational resources and training.

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Police under GA N° 812613