WP 3 Modelling: As WP leader, THA will develop a series of models to provide the technical backbone for the development of tools, ensuring the recommendations based on previous needs assessments are included.
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As WP leader, THA will develop a series of models to provide the technical backbone for the development of tools, ensuring the recommendations based on previous needs assessments are included. The results of the previous work packages will show possibilities for enhancement and will set a basis for the development of new tools of radicalisation which are directly applicable to support practitioners. Highlighting a collection of these tools is important to provide a working basis for WP3 on which enhancements from this project can be applied to, in order to progress current measures to a state-of-the-art level. The main task of WP3 will be to model the stakeholders and their needs and preferences in order to enhance criteria understanding and incentive building for LEAs actions improvement. This stage will ensure the tools developed in WP3 will match the reasonable and predictable requirements of the end-users.
Although the procedure will remain flexible, so as to allow some freedom of thought, two tasks are outlined below:
Detailed Stakeholders’ Identification and Mapping Analysis (Lead FAC): This task will establish an identification and understanding of the various end-users (relevant practitioners, societal users and information providers etc.). Specifically, the task will map the relevant stakeholders associated with de-radicalisation concepts implementation across all political, societal and law enforcement sectors and levels and will identify actors and their objectives. The task will also use the outputs from WP1 tasks and reports to also map the resources, tools, skills and competencies of these stakeholders and their inter-relationships.
Stakeholders De-radicalisation Concepts Implementation Modelling (Lead THA): In one hand, the modelling will represent the profiles of the different stakeholders of the field (relevant practitioners, societal users, law enforcement agents, information providers, families, returnees, radicalised communities, hate-crime offence delinquent). In another hand, we will model the existing solutions and policies. The transitions within this field model will be driven by the knowledge of the PERICLES partners on the identification of stakeholders are mapped by expertise of the PERICLES partners.