The BOUNCE project partners are pleased to announce the launch of their brand new website. The URL www.bounce-resilience-tools.eu remains the same but the features have been significantly improved. On this new website, it is now possible to find a bottom-up database containing a large number of European projects working specifically on resilience, but more broadly, in the primary prevention of various forms of violent radicalism. It will be possible for registered users to directly add initiatives on this database. A forum was also created in order to allow European participants to discuss and exchange between each others.
On March 15, 2018, the BOUNCE Support Office Team submitted to the European Commission. its proposal for a new BOUNCE project. If the project is approved, the BOUNCE team will then be able to further support the actual BOUNCE network, to further train European cities on demand but also to continue the evaluation of BOUNCE initiatives. The goal of the new project will be to focus much more on the BOUNCEyoung tool.
Another important element will be the creation of an online BOUNCE tool. This fourth tool will be called 'BOUNCEweb'.
The RAN Collection of Approaches and Practices presents a set of seven practitioners’ approaches in the field of prevention of radicalisation, each of them illustrated by a number of lessons learned and selected practices and projects.