EU solidarity with Ukraine
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Belgium-Brussels: Technical Support to Prevent and Counter Radicalisation
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Technical Support to Prevent and Counter Radicalisation
DG HOME aims to secure the external professional services and technical support required by the European Commission (referred to as “the Commission”) and primarily by its Directorate General for Home Affairs (referred to as “DG HOME”) in order to support its actions in the area of prevent work and consolidate and enhance knowledge and expertise in the field of radicalisation with a view to further develop and facilitate the implementation of prevent measures at national, European and international level.
Practitioners: Support and Exchanges on Radicalisation (Radicalisation Awareness Network — RAN)
Contractor's premises and in any other country as specified in the technical specifications.
The strengthening of skills of first line practitioners in particular by offering networking opportunities, the development of good practices and guidance material (Lot 1).
Internal security fund police (ISFP)
Policy Makers and Researchers: Support and Exchanges on Radicalisation
The enhancement of the capabilities of Member States, national, regional and local authorities and priority third countries in effectively tackling radicalisation in particular by offering networking opportunities, targeted and needs driven services and research and analysis.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
DG HOME, rue du Luxembourg, 46, 1049 Bruxelles.
Each tender may be represented by no more than one person (an email should be sent to HOME-TENDERS@ec.europa.eu, at least 1 working day in advance).
Section VI: Complementary information