This international and interdisciplinary conference is organised by the European Forum for Urban Security (Efus) in Nice, France.
Efus’ action is based on the belief that security is a common good that must be delivered with the participation of all relevant stakeholders in urban life and be founded on a balanced combination of prevention, sanction and social cohesion. The conference will address the issues of governance and its distribution between the different territorial levels and of the participation of the private sector and civil society, in particular citizens, in security policies.
During two and a half days, participants will discuss possible solutions to complement national and European responses to the challenges confronting cities, in particular, the prevention of violent radicalisation, the fight against discrimination, the prevention of violence against women, victim support, urban planning, nightlife management, polarisation, technologies, climate change and security, etc. These topics will be addressed at plenary sessions or through workshops, discussion panels, masterclasses, training sessions, zoom sessions and field visits.
The conference will build on the knowledge and experience gained by Efus over more than three decades.
Who is this conference aimed at?
Unique in its field, this event is aimed at all security and urban life stakeholders:
- elected representatives,
- local authority officers,
- national administrations,
- law enforcement agencies,
- social workers,
- private sector representatives,
- members of civil society,
Some 800 participants from Europe and beyond are expected to attend and will share their knowledge, experiences and practices
Visit Efus's website here for all information on the conference.
You can also watch the below video for insights from previous editions!