SHRINEs aims to develop a series of collaborations and synergies with other related projects, including EU-funded projects under Horizon Europe, Internal Security Funds and other relevant programmes.

This strategic collaboration will aid SHRINEs in achieving its objectives, better disseminate its initiatives and results, and an overall positive impact on the project final outputs.

SAFE-CITIES | Risk-Based Approach for the Protection of Public Spaces in European Cities

The SAFE-CITIES project aims to help protect public spaces by providing a security and vulnerability assessment framework supported by an interactive platform.

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PRECRISIS | PRotECting public spaces thRough Integrated Smarter Innovative Security

The PRECRISIS project, an EU co-funded project, aims to strengthen the protection of public spaces by developing, testing, and rolling out innovative, sustainable, and effective AI-based digital solutions and practical toolkits, in full compliance with ethical standards and related legislation on the protection of personal data.

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PROSPERES | Protection System for large gatherings of People in Religious Sites

The PROSPERES project aims at increasing the level of protection in places of worship with keeping the balance between security measures and preservation of the open nature of religious sites by forming a cooperation between faith-based leaders, public services and security experts, the places risk evaluation, raising public awareness, as well as developing and validating comprehensive protection system.

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RYTHMISIS | National Institute of Artificial Intelligence, Personal Data and Digital Governance Law NON-PROFIT CIVIL PARTNERSHIP

RYTHMISIS aims to contribute to the dialogue of law and technology by providing guidance, suggestions and training supported by institutions and experts.

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SHIELD | solutionS to enHance Interfaith protEction of pLaces of worship from terrorist Danger

The SHIELD project is funded by the European Union’s Internal Security Fund aimed at protecting places of worship from the risks of violent extremism. Implementing risk factors’ analysis, SHIELD is to enhance security postures at places of worship through improving the coordination, cooperation, and communication between law enforcement agencies, public authorities, faith leadership, and congregations.

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PROSECUW | Protection and Security for Places of Worship 

The PROSECUW – Protection and Security for Places of Worship project, funded by the Internal Security Fund Police (ISFP) of the European Commission, aims to enhance protection at places of worship in European countries, by setting up cooperation between public authorities, religious leaders, civil society actors, and the local communities, by developing their capacity to counteract radicalization and hate-speech.

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PROTONE | Protect the Places of Worship | Hamonizing Diversity

The PROTONE project is based on cooperation between different faith-based organisations from three Abrahamic religions, with the aim of increasing the security postures of places of worship and improving their ability to address security threats through a coordinated response.
The consortium is composed of 8 organisations from Southern Europe (Italy and Spain), Western Europe (Belgium and the Netherlands) and Central Europe (Germany).

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EBU | The European Buddhist Union 

The European Buddhist Union (EBU) is an international association of Buddhist organisations and national Buddhist unions in Europe. We envision a fellowship of European Buddhists bringing Buddhist ideas and principles into European society. Our mission is to facilitate international exchange and promote spiritual friendship amongst European Buddhists, to support social action and ideas motivated by Buddhist values, and to amplify the voice of Buddhism in Europe and worldwide.

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SPIRIT | Synergies to protect places of worship and religious gatherings

SPIRIT aims to enhance the preparedness and response capabilities of places of worship and religious mass gatherings in a cross-functional and multilevel setting by presenting the relevant stakeholders with modern tools and security-by design concepts in a holistic, yet cohesive approach.

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 ODIHR | OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights 

The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) is the principal institution of the OSCE responsible for the human dimension throughout the OSCE area, working in the fields of election observation, democratic development, human rights, tolerance and non-discrimination, and the rule of law.

As part of its efforts to advance tolerance and non-discrimination and foster mutual respect and understanding throughout the OSCE region, ODIHR works on addressing hate crime and the security needs of at-risk communities through monitoring, capacity building, expert advice and spaces for dialogue, offering support to participating States, civil society, and at-risk communities, particularly religious and belief communities.

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