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We proudly present the CounteR Project Newsletter for all those interested in combating radicalisation, violent extremism, and crime prevention! Continue reading
TRIVALENT – Terrorism pReventIon Via rAdicaLisation countEr-NarraTive
TRIVALENT is a three years EU funded project which 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. ITSTIME is part of the Consortium. Continue reading
Socializzazione resiliente, terrorismo e movimenti antagonisti – by Barbara Lucini
Durante queste ultimi giorni, alcuni fatti meritano un’attenzione particolare, in quanto da essi emerge chiaramente il ruolo finora sottovalutato della sociologia e dell’analisi che essa può offrire, per l’interpretazione e la valutazione di fenomeni terroristici o ad essi associati. La sociologia in particolare permette di comprendere processi sociali tipici come la socializzazione in connessione con le attività terroristiche e gli ambienti sociali e geografici dove esse si sviluppano. Continue reading
Sicurezza, Terrorismo e Società – Security, Terrorism and Society. A new international magazine on line.(Italian and English)
CALL FOR EXTENDED ABSTRACTS:
“BIG DATA, SURVEILLANCE AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT: the dark side of big data”
Smart Ciber, a project co-funded by the European Union program CIPS
System of Maps Assessing Risk of Terrorism against Critical Infrastructures in Big Events Rallies.
ITSTIME is partner of Smart Ciber, a project co-funded by the European Union program CIPS, has as its goal the prevention and reduction of terrorism risks and all other risks related to the safety sector. It aims to improve the terrorist risk assessment at the expense of critical infrastructures in metropolitan areas, paying special attention to mega-events. Starting from the experiences of four European countries (Italy, Nederland, Hungary and Bulgaria), the project aims to develop a model through a software which operates in a network for an “Integrated Risk-Map Against Terrorism Issue”. This system will reveal the level of “Risk” and its location in real time through the intersection of several pre-defined risk-indicators.