High level Conference - COUNTERING CROSS-BORDER CRIME -HUMAN RIGHTS IMPLICATIONS
High level Conference
COUNTERING CROSS-BORDER CRIME -HUMAN RIGHTS IMPLICATIONS
(Improving international and multi-agency cooperation to tackle radicalisation, terrorism and organised crime)
Organised within the framework of the EU-CoE project ‘HELP Radicalisation prevention, Judicial response to terrorism and International cooperation in criminal matters on 20 & 21 October 2021, the Conference will provide a unique opportunity for justice professionals (judges, prosecutors, lawyers, security forces, prison and probation officers, policymakers) to exchange experiences and best practices on these subjects, with a multi-agency and transnational approach. It will include general sessions and workshops on a variety of topics: priorities and challenges during investigation and arrest, judicial cooperation & mutual legal assistance, imprisonment & probation; returnee Foreign Terrorists Fighters (FTFs) and their families; de-radicalisation/disengagement programmes; supporting victims of terrorism and cybercrime.
Participating entities and agencies will include: Council of Europe, RAN (Radicalisation Awareness network), Eurojust, Europol, the CEP (Confederation of European Probation) and Europris.
Eva Pastrana, Head of Justice and Human Rights Division, Council of Europe (DG I)
Roundtable - International Cooperation: Challenges throughout the criminal process:
Workshop A: Returning Foreign Terrorists Fighters (FTFs), including returnee women and children:
Dr Magnus Ranstorp, Leading Scholar on FTFs, Research Director at the Centre for Asymmetric Threat Studies at the Swedish Defense University & Special Adviser fo the EU Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN)
Workshop B: De-radicalisation/Dis-engagement programmes in Prison & Probation:
Workshop C: Supporting victims of crime/terrorism:
Workshop D: Cybercrime and Human Rights: