HELP Radicalisation Prevention
EU-CoE HELP Radicalisation Prevention, Judicial Response to Terrorism and International Cooperation in Criminal Matters (RP-TERR-ICCM)
This project is implemented in partnership with the Confederation of European Probation (CEP).
The main aim is:
- General: To improve justice cooperation in criminal matters and to contribute to the effective and coherent application of related European instruments.
- Specific: To enhance implementation and practical application of European instruments on criminal matters through increasing capacities and mutual trust of justice practitioners. Emphasis on transnational cooperation and the following priorities: mutual recognition of instruments; judicial responses to terrorism, notably on reinforcing the prevention of radicalisation, especially in prisons; issues related to pre-trial detention, in particular raising awareness of case law of the European Court of Human Rights; the functioning of European and other international Treaties/legal instruments on international co-operation in criminal matters.
The following results are expected:
- Reinforced networking, exchanges and mutual trust among EU justice practitioners building-up on the April 2019 DG Justice-Council of Europe High-Level Conference with a focus on European and other international legal instruments, transnational cooperation and conditions of detention.
- Improved awareness, knowledge and skills of EU criminal justice practitioners (mainly judges, prosecutors, prison and probation staff) on priority criminal matters:
- reinforcing the prevention of radicalisation, especially in prisons;
- judicial/justice responses to terrorism;
- issues related to pre-trial detention. the functioning of European and other international Treaties/legal instruments on International co-operation in criminal matters;
- raising awareness of case law of the European Court of Human Rights.
- 120 persons in high-level European Union-Council of Europe conference;
- 300 justice practitioners (mainly judges, prosecutors, prison & probation staff) from EU member states.
- 1 High level conference in 2020
- 5 Seminars in 2020-2021
- 3 Seminars hosted by the Council of Europe HELP Programme:
- Judicial response to terrorism (with a focus on gathering and use of evidence in counter-terrorism cases);
- Radicalisation prevention in prison and probation;
- International cooperation in criminal matters (with a focus on pre-trial detention).
- 2 Seminars hosted by the CEP.
- Exit processes and interventions that work;
- Working with violent extremist offenders in Probation settings.
This is a continuation of the European Union-Council of Europe funded project "HELP Radicalisation Prevention".
- Duration: 24 months (1 January 2020 – 31 December 2021)
- Place/ country: European Union
- Budget: 772 359 €
- Funding: Joint Programme, funded by the EU and the Council of Europe, implemented by the Council of Europe
Final seminar of EU-CoE project HELP Radicalisation prevention, Judicial Response to terrorism and International cooperation in criminal matters
On 12 May 2022, the Council of Europe HELP (Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals) Programme organised a Seminar on Strengthening EU criminal justice systems. This was the final activity organised under the EU-CoE project HELP Radicalisation prevention, Judicial response to terrorism and...
HELP courses on Radicalisation Prevention and on International Cooperation in Criminal Matters launched in Slovakia and the Czech Republic
Two HELP courses have been launched within the framework of the EU-CoE project ‘HELP Radicalisation prevention, Judicial response to terrorism & International cooperation in criminal matters’ (RP-TERR-ICCM). On 21 March, a group of 42 prison officers from Slovakia took part in the launch of the...
Organised by our partners in the project EU-CoE HELP Radicalisation prevention, Judicial response to terrorism and International cooperation in criminal matters, the CEP (Confederation of European Probation), this seminar was held on 9 December in Barcelona. The seminar addressed the key issues...