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SOAR holds national engagement event in Vienna, Austria

The SOAR (Strengthening the security and resilience of at-risk religious sites and communities) project held a national networking event on the 7th October 2022, in Vienna, Austria. In attendance were various faith leaders, faith institution management, architects & elected representatives. The SOAR project, led by Enhancing Faith Institutions (EFI), delivered presentations highlighting key objectives, resources, The post SOAR holds national engagement event in Vienna, Austria appeared first on SOAR.

By |2022-10-10T12:51:12+00:00October 10th, 2022|News, SOAR|

Women and Youth Safety and Security Training in Aalst, and Mechelen, Belgium

Increasing attacks on religious institutions and communities across Europe have prompted a focus on the vulnerability of places of worship and communities, and the need for focused support and training, which the SOAR project provides. The SOAR project has delivered two Women and Youth Safety and Security Training events on the 1st  of October 2022, The post Women and Youth Safety and Security Training in Aalst, and Mechelen, Belgium appeared first on SOAR.

By |2022-10-05T15:06:24+00:00October 5th, 2022|News, SOAR|

Media Documented Attacks Against Places of Worship and Related Incidents 26 September-02 October

The SOAR project undertook the task of documenting attacks and related incidents against places of worship in Europe. We aim to raise awareness of the risks and threats that religious sites encounter, to promote and contribute to the Strengthening the security and resilience of at-risk religious sites and communities. The increase of hate crimes and The post Media Documented Attacks Against Places of Worship and Related Incidents 26 September-02 October appeared first on SOAR.

By |2022-10-04T14:14:28+00:00October 4th, 2022|News, SOAR|

SOAR Regional Protective Security Training in Brussels

Increasing attacks on religious institutions and communities across Europe have prompted a focus on the vulnerability of places of worship, and the need for focused support and training, which the SOAR project provides. The SOAR project has delivered a Regional Protective Security Training event on the 1st September 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In attendance were The post SOAR Regional Protective Security Training in Brussels appeared first on SOAR.

By |2022-10-03T11:05:46+00:00October 3rd, 2022|News, SOAR|

Media Documented Attacks Against Places of Worship and Related Incidents: 19-25 September

The SOAR project undertook the task of documenting attacks and related incidents against places of worship in Europe. We aim to raise awareness of the risks and threats that religious sites encounter, to promote and contribute to the Strengthening the security and resilience of at-risk religious sites and communities. The increase of hate crimes and The post Media Documented Attacks Against Places of Worship and Related Incidents: 19-25 September appeared first on SOAR.

By |2022-09-29T20:17:52+00:00September 29th, 2022|News, SOAR|

SOAR Regional Protective Security Training in Radhadesh

Increasing attacks on religious institutions and communities across Europe have prompted a focus on the vulnerability of places of worship, and the need for focused support and training, which the SOAR project provides. The SOAR project has delivered a Regional Protective Security Training event on the 29th September 2022, in Radhadesh, Belgium. In attendance were The post SOAR Regional Protective Security Training in Radhadesh appeared first on SOAR.

By |2022-09-29T15:46:30+00:00September 29th, 2022|News, SOAR|

SOAR project holds national gathering in Budapest, Hungary

The SOAR (Strengthening the security and resilience of at-risk religious sites and communities) project held a national networking event on the 17th September 2022, in Budapest, Hungary. In attendance were various faith leaders, faith institution management, architects & members from the interior ministry. The SOAR project, led by Enhancing Faith Institutions (EFI), delivered presentations highlighting The post SOAR project holds national gathering in Budapest, Hungary appeared first on SOAR.

By |2022-09-19T13:10:17+00:00September 19th, 2022|News, SOAR|

SOAR Regional Protective Security Training in Budapest, Hungary

Increasing attacks on religious institutions and communities across Europe have prompted a focus on the vulnerability of places of worship, and the need for focused support and training, which the SOAR project provides. The SOAR project has delivered a Regional Protective Security Training event on the 14th September 2022, in Budapest, Hungary. In attendance were The post SOAR Regional Protective Security Training in Budapest, Hungary appeared first on SOAR.

By |2022-09-14T15:45:34+00:00September 14th, 2022|News, SOAR|

SOAR Regional Protective Security Training in Aarhus

Increasing attacks on religious institutions and communities across Europe have prompted a focus on the vulnerability of places of worship, and the need for focused support and training, which the SOAR project provides. The SOAR project has delivered a Protective Security Training event on the 10th September, 2022, in Aarhus, Denmark. In attendance were various The post SOAR Regional Protective Security Training in Aarhus appeared first on SOAR.

By |2022-09-12T12:16:21+00:00September 12th, 2022|News, SOAR|

SOAR project mentioned in guide on protecting vulnerable targets by UNOCT

5 Thematic guides on Protecting Vulnerable Targets Against Terrorist Attacks The increase of attacks against religious institution highlights the urgency of the need to protect these vulnerable targets. The United Nations is working towards providing support and resources to protect vulnerable targets against terrorist attacks. Following the Christchurch attacks in 2019, the UN Secretary-General requested The post SOAR project mentioned in guide on protecting vulnerable targets by UNOCT appeared first on SOAR.

By |2022-09-08T18:46:47+00:00September 8th, 2022|News, SOAR|
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