Prevent radicalisation among young people in Europe

Implementation through the construction and field validation of tools

Implement the EU Youth Strategy’s objective of preventing the factors that can lead to young people’s social exclusion and radicalisation

The YEIP Partnership

NEW E-BOOKS ON YOUTH RADICALISATION, RESTORATIVE JUSTICE AND THE GOOD LIVES MODEL AND A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF POSITIVE APPROACHES TO YOUTH RADICALISATION
(Executive summaries, comparative findings and National reports)

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Qualitative Research Technics for Younger Audiences: A Crash Course by INOVA+

A training course on how to build an innovative tool to prevent marginalization of young people, was held by INOVA+, one of the partners of the YEIP project, last April, 7th.

The Italian Conference Papers

This special issue contains selected papers from the International Conference on the prevention of youth radicalisation (Modena, January 22nd, 2018).

Youth marginalisation and radicalisation in Romania in the current context of immigration

This research aimed at analysing the current state of the art in the area of youth marginalisation and radicalisation in Romania in order to inform the development of tailored positive prevent measures and tools.

The prevention of the youth radicalisation – The Portuguese context

A reflection on the concept of radicalization and its meaning at national level introduces the study. The common assumption of this concept in Europe doesn´t seem to be so relevant in the actual Portuguese context.

YEIP project: our first newsletter is on line

Dowload the newsletter to learn more about our project and download documents and e-books. This first year has been an amazing journey, thanks to all our followers and those who have joined out network!

Multi-factorial model of Youth Radicalisation in Cyprus

Youth radicalisation has recently been emerging at increasing levels in Europe. In Cyprus, engagement with violent extremist movements of the same intensity or frequency as other countries in Europe, has not yet surfaced. Nonetheless, tendencies that relate to radicalisation such as racism, intolerance and hate crime have been reported.

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