A.T.H.E.N.A. – Addressing Training to SPOC as Hub of a  European Network of law enforcement Agencies

A.T.H.E.N.A. – Addressing Training to SPOC as Hub of a European Network of law enforcement Agencies

A.T.H.E.N.A. – Addressing Training to SPOC as Hub of a European Network of law enforcement Agencies

ObiettiviAttivitàRisultatiPartnersInfo & contatti

  • Offrire una formazione completa sui diversi canali di comunicazione di polizia dell’UE e dei meccanismi comunitari di scambio di informazioni e strumenti
  • Scambiare buone pratiche circa il funzionamento dei singoli punti di contatto operativo (SPOC), e/o stabilire un formato dei contatti regolari dei capi e del personale SPOC, concentrandosi sulle esigenze e le attività di formazione
  • Identificare i requisiti del flusso di lavoro comuni per gli SPOC negli Stati membri e sviluppare di linee guida come base della formazione per personale SPOC

  • Sviluppo di un efficace coordinamento della formazione sullo scambio di informazioni di polizia per il personale SPOC e rilevanti stakeholders
  • Attuazione di campagne di sensibilizzazione sulle attività SPOC
  • Promozione di una cultura comune dell’ applicazione della legge e la creazione di una rete proattiva consolidata dei capi e del personale SPOC
  • Creazione di un archivio di buone pratiche in materia di formazione sullo scambio di informazioni UE sull’applicazione della legge, tenendo conto dei rispettivi curricula e dei risultati delle iniziative correlate esistenti
  • Creazione di una Rete europea di capi e personale SPOC

  • Manuale nazionale di qualità per la cooperazione internazionale di polizia
  • Piattaforma di formazione SPOC (di moduli di apprendimento, webinars, sostegno educatori)
  • SPOC Roadshow, seminari locali per la raccolta d’interesse per le attività SPOC a favore degli ufficiali di campo
  • Visite di studio tra paesi associati UE e l’UE, workshop sui risultati delle visite di studio, incontri per la discussione riguardante gli strumenti di formazione SPOC proposti, strategia di formazione – moduli inclusi

  • Coordinatore: Ministero dell’Interno – Direzione Centrale della Polizia Criminale – Servizio per la Cooperazione Internazionale di Polizia (Scip) (Italia)
  • State Police Latvia (Lettonia)
  • General Inspectorate of Romanian Police (Romania)
  • The Malta Police Force (Malta)
  • Ministry of Interior – International Operational Cooperation (Bulgaria)
  • Ministry of Interior – Deputy State Secretariat for EU and International Relations (Ungheria)
  • Belgian Federal Police (Belgio)
  • Southeast European Law Enforcement Center – SELEC (Romania)
  • CESIE (Italia)

Segui il progetto IN AZIONE

Date di realizzazione progetto: 01/11/2016    30/04/2019

DG di riferimento: DG HOME, Fondo Sicurezza interna – Polizia, Formazione per l’applicazione della legge [HOME/2015/ISFP/AG/LETX]

Contatto: CESIE athena@cesie.org


MENS – Mental European Network of Sport events

MENS – Mental European Network of Sport events

Objectives To develop a documented and evidence based approach of the use of sports in the treat of mental illness To establish a European Mental Health Sports Network To increase public awareness on the necessity of a new specific approach on the conjunction of Sport...
JUST SPORT – Fight against doping on grassroots level

JUST SPORT – Fight against doping on grassroots level

JUST SPORT – Fight against doping on grassroots level ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts To raise awareness, among youths Recreationists in fitness centres and all beginners in grassroots level recreational sports, of a whole lot of negative...
CoCoRa – Community Counteracting Radicalisation

CoCoRa – Community Counteracting Radicalisation

CoCoRa – Community Counteracting Radicalisation

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To contribute to improving the prevention efforts against militant Islamic radicalisation and extremism among young Muslim
  • To strengthen young Muslims active citizenship and to build a sustainable bridge between local Muslim communities and prevention professionals in order to improve collaboration, cohesion and efficiency in the efforts to empower young Muslims to active citizenship on democratic terms
  • To break down the mutual distrust and make use of the knowledge, credibility and trust that local Muslim communities hold about the local youth in risk of being radicalised

  • Developing and testing of a new prevention strategy that involves civil and local Muslim communities actively in the prevention of radicalization through the process of empowering young Muslims to feel affiliation and positive citizenship
  • Creation of prevention Program to empower and qualify youngsters to assume the so called self-including citizenship
  • Delivering prevention-workshops with professionals, stakeholders and representatives from Muslim communities

  • CoCora Collaborative Program to establish and anchor the local collaboration
  • CoCoRa Prevention Program to empower and qualify youngsters to assume the so called self-including citizenship
  • CoCora Ambassador Program to train the youngsters to present the programs and their own empowered narratives in the professional prevention efforts as well as for other young Muslims and representatives from Muslim communities, facing the same need for a participatory initiatives

  • Coordinator: mhtconsult ApS (Denmark)
  • Association pour le Développement des Initiatives Citoyennes et Européennes (France)
  • Cultures interactive e.V. Verein zur interkulturellen. Bildung und Gewaltprävention (Germany)
  • Verein Multikulturell (Austria)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 01/10/2015 – 01/10/2017

DG of reference: DG EAC, Education and Training, Key Action 2: Co-operation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices – Strategic Partnership in the field of YOUTH

Contact: CESIE: dorothea.urban@cesie.org


European implementation of CAPPYC – Cannabis Abuse Prevention Program for Young Consumers and evaluation of their results using a scale measuring attitudes towards drug use

European implementation of CAPPYC – Cannabis Abuse Prevention Program for Young Consumers and evaluation of their results using a scale measuring attitudes towards drug use

European implementation of CAPPYC – Cannabis Abuse Prevention Program for Young Consumers and evaluation of their results using a scale measuring attitudes towards drug use

ObjectivesActivitiesPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To provide a new selective prevention approach (CAPPYC) contrasted in Spain to other European countries. Its main aim is to work positive attitudes towards cannabis use in young European consumers by increasing their critical capacity and by helping them to responsible and autonomous decision making
  • To work with institutions linked to universities to scientifically analyze the work done with CAPPYC
  • To update and adjust the existing Spanish materials to implement the program in other European realities (Portuguese, Romanian and Italian)

  • To design and create a specific website for the program for the purpose of serving as a tool of exchange between the partner countries
  • To create a European network of exchange of information on intervention in evidence-based prevention through the website in five languages (English, Spanish, Romanian, Italian and Portuguese)
  • To conduct a pilot experience of CAPPYC in Portugal, Romania, Italy and Spain with approximately 2,400 teenagers each, aged 15-18 years
  • To build a scale measuring attitudes towards cannabis use from other scales based on European experiences
  • To validate the scale and evaluate the results through a pre-post experimental design with a control group in each country

  • Coordinator: Fundación de ayuda contra la drogadicción FAD (Spain)
  • Fundación UNED – FUNED (Spain)
  • Universidad Miguel Hernández UMH (Spain)
  • Universidade Católica Portuguesa UCP (Portugal)
  • Asociata pentru Motivare si Schimbare AMOS (Romania)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 01/04/2014 – 01/12/2015

DG of reference: DG Justice, Drug Prevention and Information Programme (DPIP) – Demand Reduction

Contact:

CESIE: youth@cesie.org

www.cappyc.eu


I.T.A.L.I.A. 2014 – Migliorare la disponibilità degli strumenti di formazione e apprendimento

I.T.A.L.I.A. 2014 – Migliorare la disponibilità degli strumenti di formazione e apprendimento

I.T.A.L.I.A. 2014 – Migliorare la disponibilità degli strumenti di formazione e apprendimento

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To improve the efficiency standards of the procedures for the exchange of information between the so called “front desk SPOC” (Single Point of Contact for police cooperation) and S.I.ReN.E. bureau (branch of the Criminal Police Directorate in charge for transferring information to Schengen Information System)
  • To optimize the cooperation among International Police units
  • To decrease the distance between decision-makers and experts in this field through the discussion and the evaluation of practical problems addressed directly by professionals
  • To propose common methodologies for a more efficient exchange of information among the bodies involved in cross border actions

  • Implementation of a staff exchange programme aimed at improving the knowledge of police officers working in different points of contacts existing at EU level (60 Italian police officers, 10 police officers from Latvia and Malta and 58 from other EU countries will participate in a 3 -day visit in another country)
  • Implementation of two different 2 days workshops to be held in Italy and Latvia, involving 144 participants representing the EU relevant experts in each sector involved in the staff exchange programme
  • Presentation of the proposals in two thematic conferences to be held in Italy and Latvia for implementing the initiatives during the Italian and Latvian Presidency of the EU in the second semester of 2014 and the first semester 2015

  • Training the Italian staff working in the International Police Cooperation
  • Drafting the national regulation for implementing appropriate measures in order to enhance the response to foreign request of police cooperation in some crucial fields such as the protection/repatriation of missing minors
  • Including new common methods, agreed during workshops and conferences, as recommendations in the current 2 EU catalogues after approval of the EU Council Schengen Evaluation

  • Coordinator: Central Directorate of Criminal Police (Italy)
  • International Police Cooperation DEPT Latvia (Latvia)
  • International Relation Unit of Malta (Malta)

Date of project: 01/01/2014 – 31/12/2015

DG of reference: DG Home Affairs, Prevention of and fight against crime (ISEC)

Contacts:

CESIE: luisa.ardizzone@cesie.org


Io mi guardo da fuori – Looking at myself from outside

Io mi guardo da fuori – Looking at myself from outside

Io mi guardo da fuori – Looking at myself from outside

ObjectivesActivitiesPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To foster in youth involved in the project, afferent to USMM (Minors’ social services Office), a reflection on the theme of intercultural living and active citizenship
  • To broaden the concept of individual responsibility to a collective social dimension, through group construction activities
  • To guide beneficiaries in a process of enhancement of diversity
  • To boost young people to recover their dreams through graphic or theatre activities

  • Pilot workshop including 5 trainings/info days focusing on the themes of mobility and intercultural living, active citizenship and legality
  • Presentation by 5 foreign volunteers of their countries of origin (Spain, France, Hungary, Senegal)
  • Dynamic activities for the young people to have the chance to tell their experience and to exchange views on the existence of places different from Palermo, places that need to be discovered and enhanced
  • Graphic or theatre activities aimed at identifying each participant’s dreams

  • Coordinator: USMM – Ufficio di Servizio Sociale per Minorenni (Minors’ social services Office)

The ‘Minors’ social services Office’ (USSM) provides assistance to juvenile offenders at every stage and level of criminal proceedings and provides for the collection of relevant information regarding these minors for the assessment of personality, at the request of the Public Prosecutor, providing concrete supportive project ideas and contributing to the decisions of the Juvenile Judicial authority

Date of project: 01/01/2014 – 31/03/2014

Authority of reference: Ministry of Justice – Department of Juvenile Justice

Contact:

CESIE: roberta.lobianco@cesie.org


VIGILA ET PROTEGE – To search and protect unaccompanied minors through the S.I.S. II ‘fight against invisibility’

VIGILA ET PROTEGE – To search and protect unaccompanied minors through the S.I.S. II ‘fight against invisibility’

VIGILA ET PROTEGE – To search and protect unaccompanied minors through the S.I.S. II ‘fight against invisibility’

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To fight against the phenomenon of “invisible minors”, which are unaccompanied minors who escape from custodial/educational centres without repatriation requests, by improving SIS (Schengen Information System)
  • To identify international good practices to contrast with the phenomenon of missing minors

  • 13 International study visits among police advisors from Schengen countries and staff of custodial centres
  • 10 National workshops for police advisors to discuss about the phenomenon of missing unaccompanied minors
  • International workshop to analyze the results of the study visits
  • International workshop to share International good practices for fighting against the phenomenon of unaccompanied missing minors
  • 2 International conferences to share the results of the workshops and to present the Italian approach to the phenomenon of missing minors

  • Handbook: To search and protect unaccompanied minors – fight against invisibility: common procedures to enhance unaccompanied missing minors searches through the use of SIS II; Good Practices and lists of recommendations to carry out appropriate measures to strengthen international cooperation on sensitive issues, such as protection and repatriation of missing unaccompanied minors [en|it]
  • Realization of IT solutions to improve the unaccompanied missing minors alert system

  • Coordinator: Central Criminal Police Directorate (Italy)
  • International Police Cooperation DEPT Latvia (Latvia)
  • International Relation Unit of Malta (Malta)
  • International operational cooperation directorate of Bulgaria (Bulgaria)
  • Secretary general of the international security system (Portugal)
  • OSCE organization for security and cooperation in Europe (Austria)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 16/09/2013 – 15/09/2014

DG of reference: DG Home Affairs, Pilot Project on unaccompanied minors

Contacts:

CESIE: silvia.ciaperoni@cesie.org


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