Newsletter #10 | The Latest in Urban Security

February 21, 2024

Take a look at the 10th Newsletter for the newest updates about the IcARUS project.

  • Join us in Brussels, Belgium from March 20-22 for the 8th Security, Democracy & Cities Conference.
  • Local practitioners have been trained in using IcARUS tools, ensuring a gender-inclusive approach.
  • Plus Ethics showcased IcARUS at the Congress of Criminology Students.
  • SUAS Salzburg University of Applied Sciences witnesses innovative outcomes for local democracies.

And there’s even more waiting to be uncovered!

Enjoy!

Newsletter #9 | Urban Security Updates

December 13, 2023

Check out the 9th Newsletter for the most recent updates on the IcARUS project:

  • Dive into the IcARUS video series “IcARUS Tools in a Flash: City Interviews”
  • Catch up on the IcARUS project’s participation in the Security Research Event 2023.
  • Explore the outcomes of the fifth and final session in the IcARUS web conference series, focusing on preventing discriminatory violence.

And there’s more to discover!

Enjoy!

Newsletter 8- Urban Security News

October 18, 2023

Check the 8th Newsletter to stay up to date with the IcaRUS project progress:

  • Workshop with IcARUS Expert Advisory Board and Consultative Committee of Cities
  • City of Rotterdam Interview

And the outcomes of IcaRUS sessions 3 and 4 in its series of web conferences:

  • How can citizens be mobilised to contribute to safe public spaces?
  • To what extent is restorative justice effective in juvenile deliquency cases?

And more!

Enjoy!

Newsletter 7- Urban Security updates

May 24, 2023

Read the 7th Newsletter to stay up to date with the IcaRUS project progress:

  • Stakeholder Participation: an overview of tool validation workshops that will take place in Lisbon, Nice, Riga, Rotterdam, Stuttgart, and Turin with their civil society partners.
  • A Critical Analysis of International and National Legal Frameworks for Urban Security Policies
  • The outcomes of IcaRUS two first sessions in its series of web conferences:
    • How to integrate gender into urban security policies?
    • How can the Design Thinking methodology contribute to a more strategic approach to urban security?

Enjoy!

Newsletter 6- our novel project’s tools and practices in Urban Security updates!

January 20, 2023

Read the 6th Newsletter to stay up to date with the IcARUS progress:

  • The publication of a Roadmap for the improvement and definition of novel urban security tools
  • The release of IcARUS Research Overview web-interactive tool
  • The outcomes of the session organised by Efus at the 24-hour online conference of the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime 
  • The exchange with the Consultative Committee of Cities (CCC) in Emilia-Romagna Region in an interview with Gian Guido Nobili

Enjoy!

Newsletter 5 – our novel results and workshops are boosting Urban Security!

August 8, 2022

Did you know that, we have been implementing a wide literature review on Urban Security and a series of workshops that use design Thinking to ideate solutions to related challenges? Read out the 5th Newsletter to find more about all these and stay up to date with the IcARUS progress:

  • State of the Art Review and Key Lessons
  • IcARUS mid-term conference: harnessing 35 years of local policies and practices to design innovative solutions
  • INNOVATION MEETS IDEATION: The IcARUS Design Thinking workshops gathered a variety of stakeholders to develop innovative solutions that tackle urban security challenges
  • Lisbon IcARUS Local Workshop Help create innovative solutions for your city!”

Enjoy!

Newsletter 4

December 17, 2021

In our fourth newsletter you will be able to:

  • Learn more about our Expert Advisory Board and Consultative Committee of Cities through interviews recorded at the Efus’ SDC Conference;
  • Understand the role of Design Thinking in our project;
  • Stay on top of the latest project developments;
  • And much more.

Get to know more about IcARUS in our fourth Newsletter!

Newsletter 3

June 16, 2021

Download our third newsletter and you will:

  • Learn more about our Expert Advisory Board and Consultative Committee of Cities through engaging interviews;
  • Access interesting articles;
  • Stay on top of the latest project developments;
  • And much more.

All packed in a single issue!

Newsletter 2

March 11, 2021

We asked our six partner cities to answer the following questions:
• Why did you choose to join the IcARUS project?
• What is the most pressing issue within the focus
area you have chosen?
• What are your expectations regarding the
outcomes of the project?
Get to know their answers and so much more in IcARUS second Newsletter!

Newsletter 1

January 19, 2021

Download our first newsletter to get to know the IcARUS project and our upcoming activities!

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