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SHRINES, a new consortium is born to increase security in places of worship

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A new project is launched aiming to help protect and increase the security of places of worship. “The SHRINES project recently established the European network for safety and security management in places of worship.” said one of the partners of the project.

 The Network aims to promote awareness and dialogue among managers of places of worship of different religions about the threats they face and the use of technological solutions to better protect these places. According to their staff, it also aims to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, tools and good practices among different stakeholders “involved in managing places of worship (e.g., local municipalities, cultural associations, law enforcement agencies)”.

Project SHRINEs aims at engaging a wider network of organisations and authorities, which they hope it will provide fruitful benefits for the protection of places of worship, including people, historical and cultural sites and heritage.

They say on their Twitter account that:

"This 24-months ISF-funded project aims to enhance the security and safety of places of worship, creating a multidisciplinary network and promoting innovative solutions against current & emerging threats.".

Therefore, SHRINEs has established a European network for safety and security management in places of worship to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, tools, and good practices among different stakeholders involved in managing places of worship.

One of their tweets says:

@SHRINEs_Project aims at identifying #innovative technological solutions and efficient #mitigation measures in order to #secure places of worship.

The network aims to promote awareness and dialogue among managers of places of worship of different religions about the threats they face and the use of technological solutions to better protect these places.

“The protection of places of worship has become crucial as these public spaces continue to represent high-risk areas in the context of criminal activities, man-made attacks, as well as infrastructural incidents and natural disasters. SHRINEs, a project co-funded by the EU, aims to enhance the security and safety of places of worship, while creating an interfaith and multidisciplinary network and promoting innovative solutions against current risks and emerging threats.” says their website.

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