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Network of Associations of Victims of Terrorism (NAVT)

The main objective of NAVT, is to stimulate transactional cooperation of associations of victims of terrorism and improving the representation of the interests of victims of terrorism at a European level. This is being done through the establishment and functioning of a stable, focused and effective network of European associations of victims of terrorism or other non-governmental organizations focused on assistance to victims of terrorism.

Field of action: Victims of terrorism

Country: Internacional

Contact: maria.lozano@europeanvictims.net

International Security and Counter-terrorism Academy (ISCA)

ISCA fosters Search Detect React® — what began as Mr. Cohen's method of early detection based on heightened awareness and behavior profiling, and has since been developed into operation protocols and procedures used by many governmental and private entities. SDR specializes in proactively identifying illicit intentions before they come to fruition by using heightened awareness, the human factor, and local social and cultural norms. As such, ISCA has experience handling myriad threats and being prepared for new, unknown ones. ISCA designs unique training programs based on heightened awareness and early detection methods for security, counter-terrorism, and public safety efforts.

Field of action: De-radicalisation

Country: Internacional

Contact: joanna@isca.org.il

Internal Seurity Secretariat

The Internal Security Programme of Finland, Action Plan to Prevent Violent Extremism, Policy planning: national safety and security policy from a thematic and cross-administrative perspective

Field of action: Counter terrorism

Country: Finland

Contact: tarja.mankkinen@intermin.fi

Interactive Cultures

Interactive Cultures brings together academics from the Birmingham Centre For Media and Cultural Research who are actively involved in research aimed at understanding how communities are built through institutionalised media channels. Much of our work is associated with new and emerging technologies, but we are as likely to study historical examples of cultures built around traditional media. We explore the ways in which groups interact and weave a culture out of communication technologies, and we use that knowledge to help professional, commercial and community bodies extend their work online. Amongst the diverse research of this team you will find studies in popular music and radio, social media and citizen journalism, and computer games and online culture. We work particularly closely with the music and radio industry, journalism organisations of all kinds, and with education, to develop new modes of working and communicating. Interactive Cultures is one of several research teams within the Birmingham Centre for Media & Cultural Research. The others include Screen Cultures, Media for Social Change and, Creative Enterprise and Cultural Policy.

Field of action: Research institutes

Country: Germany

Contact: baer@cultures-interactive.de

Impact Dutch Knowledge and Advice Centre for psychosocial care

The purpose of Impact is to promote high-quality and adequately organized psychosocial care after disasters. The tasks of Impact include combining experience and scientific knowledge, putting such knowledge into understandable form and making it available to various target groups and promoting cooperation among all parties involved. Care providers, public administration and society have ashared responsibility towards care and safety. One of the main objectives of Impact is to support theseactors, whilst ensuring the position and interests of victims of disasters and other shocking events. Impact is specialized in offering information by combining scientific knowledge and lessons learned from real-life cases, which is translated in guidelines and tools for the different stages of a disaster suchas prevention, preparation, response and recovery phase. The final purpose of these products is toimprove the psychosocial care of those who are directly or indirectly involved in a disaster. Impact is bringing together the various European networks which are each active in their own sub-area

Field of action: Research institutes

Country: Netherlands

Contact: m.rooze@arq.org