Mid-Term International Conference
To be held in Sofia (Bulgaria) with 33 participants (at least) between October-December 2021, aiming to disseminate the project’s products, goals, and objectives, as well as to engage relevant international stakeholders’ (prison/probation staff, community organisations’ staff, policy/decision makers, academics/researchers, local/regional/governmental actors) in other project events (e.g., Transnational Thematic Workshops, High-Level Seminars, Transnational Policy Forum).
Transnational thematic workshops
There will be 8 transnational thematic online workshops targeting the Balkan countries involved in the project consortium, namely Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria and Slovenia.
These workshops will explore a topic to be determined in the project’s field, exploring theoretical and practical content, being the materialisation of HOPE’s network that supports continuous training, sharing of information and experience on the topic of P/CVE within the Balkan area – The Balkan, Southern and Eastern European learning hub on Radicalisation.
Stay tunned for details on the HOPE project transnational thematic workshops that will take place in the last trimester of 2021 and until April 2022.
National dissemination workshops
The national dissemination workshops will play a central role in achieving high visibility for the HOPE project outcomes.
They will take place in all partner countries and aim to involve relevant stakeholders, namely policy and decision makers, prison and probation staff, community organisations’ staff, judicial staff training providers, academics/researchers, governmental actors, and practitioners from relevant civil society organisations and non-governmental agencies.
Stay tunned for the national dissemination workshops that will occur in the end of 2022 and beginning of 2023.
Final public International Conference
The project’s closing event will take place in Lisbon (Portugal) with at least 48 participants and aims to disseminate HOPE’s final products and results amongst various relevant international stakeholders (prison/probation staff, community organisations’ staff, policy/decision-makers, academics/researchers, local/regional/governmental actors).