Structure of EENeT
With the aim of co-ordinating the work content of the EENeT and representing the network vis-à-vis third parties, a Steering Committee has been appointed.
The Steering Committee is currently composed of six EENeT members, representatives from the following countries/institutions:
- Austria, Federal Agency for State Protection and Counter Terrorism (BVT)
- Belgium, Coordination Organ for the Analysis of the Threat (OCAM/OCAD)
- Germany, Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA)
- Italy, Catholic University (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)
- Netherlands, National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism (NCTV)
- United Kingdom, International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS)
The EENeT Administrative Office is currently located at the German Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA).
The office's main duties are membership administration and acting as a kind of intersection for messages and requests within the EENeT.
Please contact the Administrative Office via e-mail: contact
Annual EENeT Conferences and Subgroup Meetings
The annual EENeT Conference provides EENeT members with the opportunity to present ongoing studies and discuss current questions about the phenomenon of terrorism.
The venue and organisation rotate on an annual basis amongst the members.
In Subgroup Meetings the participants have the chance to continue discussion and exchange on specific issues within smaller working groups.
From June 2014 – May 2016 the EENeT is beneficiary of a co-funding by the "Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme of the European Union".
This funding covers costs to execute two annual conferences (2014 and 2015) for up to 80 people plus follow-up subgroup meetings, to deepen exchange on specific issues that came up during the conference before.
Annual EENeT Conferences and Subgroup Meetings so far:
This year’s annual EENeT conference will take place from 2nd to 4th of November 2015 in Stockholm/Sweden, hosted by the Swedish National Defence College.
|2015/03||subgroup meeting in Budapest/HU, organized by CEPOL, co-funded by the Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme of the European Union|
|2014/11||annual conference in Ávila/ES, organised by the National Police of Spain, co-funded by the Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme of the European Union|
|2013/09||annual conference in Cambridge/UK, organised by RAND Europe and co-funded by the German Federal Agency for Civic Education - bpb|
|2012/10||annual conference in Budapest/HU, organised by the National Institute of Criminology - NIC with logistic support from the International Training Centre of the Ministry of Interior - ITC|
|2010/09||annual conference in Brussels/BE, organised by the Coordinating Body for Threat Analysis - OCAM/OCAD|
|2009/10||annual conference in Vienna/AT, organised by the Federal Agency for State Protection and Counter Terrorism - BVT|
|2008/10||annual conference in The Hague/NL, organised by the National Coordinator for Counterterrorism – NCTb – now NCTV|
|2007/06||‘birth-giving’ international symposium on "Monitoring Terrorism/Extremism - Prospects for Phenomena Monitoring on European Level" in Wiesbaden/DE, organised by the Federal Criminal Police Office - BKA|
Despite EENeT's relatively short history, the network has already developed and established several channels and procedures for networking:
- Notice-Board: All members may send information or requests about ongoing studies, research questions, conferences and any other relevant information referring to the phenomenon of terrorism to the EENeT Administrative Office, where the messages are gathered and disseminated to all members through sporadically sent Notice Boards.
- Website: The Internet platform may also be used to place relevant information for longer periods.
- Contact Lists: The Administrative Office disseminates within the network lists with contact details of the EENeT members, so that the members may also maintain contact at bilateral level.
- Subgroups: The members may team up EENeT subgroups, to discuss and work on specific issues within smaller working groups.