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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Youth Radicalisation in Greece

The findings indicated an increase of marginalisation and violent, mostly political, radicalisation of young people in Greece with the outbreak of the economic and more recently refugee crisis.

Violent extremism and radicalisation in Sweden: an overview

In Sweden, the understanding of processes of radicalization and the development of preventive work against violent extremism can be said to be framed by a few specific political decisions that were formative for the policies developed.

Yeip project: call for young researchers in Portugal

As the second phase of the projects starts, the YEIP partnership gives the opportunity to 9 young people (aged 18-24) from Portugal to participate in the project as young researcher.

Youth radicalisation: the analysis of the Italian context

Download here the Italian chapter on the phaenomenon of radicalisation in Italy. The research was launched during the international conference held in Modena on January 22 (presentations, videos, documents, full ebooks, avaible here: Preventing Radicalisation and Social Exclusion from the bottom up: Young People’s Voices

YEIP INTERNATIONAL YOUTH CONFERENCE TEACHES HOW TO PREVENT NOT TO COUNTER

On January 22nd, the YEIP International Conference took place at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (UNIMORE), bringing together over 100 young people, politicians, policy makers and scholars to...

RADICALISATION OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE UK

Young, Marginalised but not radicalized: a comparative study of positive approaches to youth radicalisation. he IARS International Institute has sought to analyse the current state of the art for dealing with violent radicalisation in the UK, and the use of positive approaches such as the Good Lives model (GLM) and restorative justice in current practice.

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