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ENACT aims to provide an array of opportunities to the FCT R&I community to engage with and benefit from the project. This page provides a flavour of the opportunities that may arise in the course of the project and it will be updated regularly to highlight new opportunities.

Reports by External Experts

ENACT will offer advanced reports by external experts on key emerging topics within the FCT domain.

Related Projects and Initiatives

ENACT shares links and synergies with a number of projects and in the FCT area.


Toward sustainable foresight capabilities for increased civil security

With the rise of disruptive technologies (AI; virtual reality), a particular challenge has emerged for LEAs and other civil security practitioners. Tasked with fostering safe societies and protecting European citizens from new forms of criminality, LEAs need to pre-empt technological evolutions, turning potential threats into opportunities, and anticipate the operational future of policing.

AHEAD is a LEA-led project which will adopt a 360-degree approach accounting for megatrends but also contextual elements (i.e. legal, ethical, societal and economic) to design and operationalise a sustainable capability-based civil security foresight framework. Tested through iterative Foresight Exercises addressing the five Destinations of the Horizon Europe Cluster 3 (Fighting crime and terrorism, Border management, Resilient infrastructure, Increased cybersecurity and Disaster-resilient society), this framework will be tailored to the needs of civil security practitioners to generate “evidence-based” capability roadmaps. Such roadmaps will translate the foresight process’ outcomes into concrete courses of actions to support decision- and policy-makers at EU and national levels when deciding on strategies and policy actions in the field of civil security


Holistic framework for the MatUrity evaLuaTIon of ReAdiness level for security TEchnologies

MultiRATE aims to support the European R&D community, EC-Chaired initiatives, CERIS, and European Commission Agencies with a Multi-disciplinary and holistic evaluation methodology and calculation which will measure the Readiness Level of the outputs of EU R&D projects. It will be built upon seven main Readiness Level domains, Technology RL, Societal RL, Security RL, Legal, Privacy and Ethics RL, Integration RL, Commercialisation RL and Manufacturing RL. Therefore, MultiRATE will provide an advanced cross-disciplinary methodology and tool that will provide a common and harmonised assessment for all EU funded activities