European programs

EU Non-proliferation and Disarmament Consortium

In July 2010, the Council of the European Union decided to create a network bringing together foreign policy institutions and research centres from across the EU to encourage political and security-related dialogue and the long-term discussion of measures to combat the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and their delivery systems. The EU Non-Proliferation Consortium is managed jointly by four institutes entrusted with the project, in close cooperation with the representative of the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.
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Advice to the European Parliament

The FRS is responsible for advising the European Parliament's Security and Defence Committee (SEDE) through studies and workshops on major international issues affecting it. It carries out these activities in association with the following partners: Chatham House (United Kingdom), SIPRI (Sweden), CIDOB (Spain), ELIAMEP (Greece), HIIA (Hungary), GRIP (Belgium), MEDAC (Malta), and with the support of researchers Alessandro Politi, Christian Mölling and Claudia Major.
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The Hague Code of Conduct

The FRS is mandated by the Council of the European Union to carry out a series of activities to support and promote the Hague Code of Conduct against Ballistic Missile Proliferation. This text aims to promote transparency and confidence in ballistics and space launchers. To this end, the FRS organises various conferences and missions, in particular to States that are not signatories to the Code. Details of all the actions carried out by the FRS within the framework of this project can be found on the Non-Proliferation Consortium website.
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IMPACT Europe

This European multi-partner FP7 program aims to analyse good practices in evaluating programmes for the deradicalisation, disengagement and prevention of terrorist recidivism (e. g. jihadist), including in a broader international comparative approach (Europe-US). The objective is to provide practitioners with concrete, reusable good practices.
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MINDB4ACT

This European multi-partner H2020 program aims to broaden scientific and operational know-how through innovative, ethical and effective approaches against different forms of radicalisation. This programme will start in the second half of 2017 and includes the implementation of pilot projects (Targets: non-radicalized, potentially radicalized, radicalized, individuals, families and groups).
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