Over the past 10 years, Europe has been the target of numerous terrorist threats and attacks, which have not only affected victims and their families, but have also affected society as a whole.
In the days after an attack, governments, communities and organisations are involved with the immediate needs of those affected. Spontaneous memorials, usually in the form of flowers and messages, often take place as people feel the need to come together in solidarity and recognition of the victims. However, plans to organise formal commemoration of the attack and its victims will soon be developed: involving different stakeholders with converging needs.
This document looks to provide guidelines to support the organisation of remembrance events for victims and thus anticipate challenges that may arise for the organisers.
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