SecurePART Consortium invites you to debate on the concrete involvement conditions for civil society organizations (CSOs) in Security Research.

We are organising a webinar in order to exchange about bottlenecks and opportunities to engage Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) into Security Research.

Many of the CSOs are practitioners in emergency & crisis response, so this would be in line with the strengthened initiative of DG HOME to make research results more relevant for practice.

At the same time, you could link that with the registers of "end-users" you have been probably managing, along with new suggestions you could make during the webinar!

Your participation is essential for valorising the role of NCPs in this process.


Welcome. Presentation of participants

Project Presentation

ENNA – Denisa Ionescu 10:30 – 10:45

Conclusions from the “SecurePART Future Workshop”

  1. State-of-the-art of CSO participation in Security Research, challenges, barriers
  2. Good practices (Spain NCP)
BANTEC- Elizabeth Isaacs 10:45 – 11:05

Presentation of the Security Research Policy Cycle and  recommendations for NCPs

GUF – Georgios Kolliarakis 11:05 – 11:25

Tour-the-table about:

  1. How feasible are the recommendations
  2. How desirable are the recommendations
GUF - Georgios Kolliarakis 11:25 – 11:45

Tour-the-table about:

  1. What do you think CSOs can contribute to security research?
  2. How CSOs should be involved in security research?
  3. What should change in the current situation?
LOBA – Alexandre Almeida 11:45 – 12:30


If you are an NCP and you want to participate, please contact us at
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