CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
The icommit team is currently looking for applications from city-level teams and networks to participate in a training and mentorship programme. The trainings kicks off on 25-27 January in Berlin.
Designed to support the development of local multi-agency teams consisting of several organisations and stakeholders which contribute or seek to contribute to local P/CVE efforts, we offer hands-on support, tailored training and mentoring by leading European experts on multi-agency approaches.
For further information, please see the info sheet on the call for applications.
If you are interested in participating, please fill in this application form.
Please note that we can only provide training slots for ten cities.
TRAINING COURSE FOR CASE WORKERS
icommit is providing training opportunities for professionals who work closely with individuals who are radicalising towards or holding extremist views. Our training course focuses on strenghtening resource-oriented distancing from extremist behaviours and ideologies.
The training takes place on 22-24 February in Berlin.
Please find further information on the training course on this info sheet.
To register for the training, please use this link.
Please note that the maximum capacity for the training course are 15 participants.
SEEKING P/CVE MULTI-AGENCY EXPERTS, TRAINERS AND CASE WORKERS FOR OUR ICOMMIT EXPERTS’ COMMITTEE
The icommit team is currently seeking to identify Europe’s leading experts in creating, improving and training local multi-agency approaches to counter (violent) extremism. Selected experts will be invited to join our Experts’ Committee, which support and advise the project in different capacities. Successful applicants can also choose to be included in Violence Prevention Network’s expert pool for upcoming consultancies.
For further information on the role of the experts‘ committee, see the award procedure framework (consultancy opportunity).
The services are provided as part of the icommit project funded under the funding guideline ‘ISFP-2020-AG-RAD‘.
If you are interested in applying to the experts‘ committee, please fill in this application form.
In the process, you will be asked to upload your CV and the consent form to the terms and conditions.
Please find here the application conditions and a sample contract.
Violence Prevention Network gGmbH
D – 13407 Berlin
Phone: +49 (0)30 407 55 122
Project management: Ariane Wolf
Project coordination: Sophie Scheuble