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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

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Youth Empowerment and Innovation Project, led by young people will construct and test innovative policy intervention models. Join our network, please register filling out the application form

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News

Countering terrorism and violent extremism

A meeting point for the EU and Council of Europe for new approaches and strategies. Dr Theo Gavrielides, the scientific coordinator of the YEIP project invited at the Seminar “Implementation of de-radicalisation actions” on Radicalisation Prevention.

Bridging Human Rights and Prevention of Violent Extremism

Theo Gavrielides, founder and director of the The IARS International Institute and coordinator of the YEIP project, appointed as one of the two main Rapporteurs of the 18th Asia - Europe Seminar on "Human Rights and Prevention of Violent Extremism" in Indonesia this November.

YEIP project: our second newsletter is online

Download the newsletter containing the last updates from the project. In this issue: case studies, our survey and the opportunity to travel to London in 2019.

The final report of the Abused no More project

The book was written within a 3 year youth led programme that aimed to create, a strategic partnership in the area of youth-led training, educational and awareness raising activities. (Chapters in English, Greek, Italian, Romanian and Polish).

A reflection on violent radicalisation

Sara Natividade, 21, is one of the Portuguese young researchers of YEIP. In collaboration with Theo Gravielides, IARS, she reflected on violent radicalisation.

IARS Vacancy for a Membership and Communications Associate

The IARS International Institute is pleased to announce a vacancy for a Membership and Communications Associate. The post is offered under our IARS Associate Scheme, and the application deadline is 27th...

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