Source: AGENFOR Worldwide, many violent extremism prevention programmes directly violate human rights and risk even fostering radicalisation, instead of preventing it. This is the warning issued by UN experts in the latest report drafted by Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, the UN Special Rapporteur on the protection and promotion of human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism. Fionnuala
This pilot project was implemented in Belgium, under the lead of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB).
The pilot project has been implemented by Women without Borders (Austria).
This pilot project has been implemented by Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique (France).
The European projects J-SAFE, MINDb4ACT and JPCOOPS started to recruit professionals from 26 European Countries to participate in the courses on preventing radicalization. Travel and accommodations will be covered by the project.
The present review summarized the underlying program theory, gives examples from German cases of severe targeted violence, gives an overview of the program components, and a summary of the evaluation study and its results. Finally, the NETWASS crisis prevention approach is reflected with regard to its feasibility for the prevention of violent extremism.
Julian Hargreaves, University of Cambridge Only a quarter of the British public feel able to define what extremism is, according to a survey by the Commission for Countering Extremism. The findings, released in mid July, suggest that the Home Office needs to do more to get across its message on extremism and how it might
Tero Vesalainen/Shutterstock Neda Richards, University of Leeds The fate of foreign Islamic State (IS) fighters and their families remains a heated diplomatic issue, particularly in the wake of the Turkish invasion of north-east Syria. Amid reluctance from some European countries to repatriate their citizens, Turkey has begun sending some former fighters under its control back
This pilot project has been implemented by the Polish Platform for Homeland Security in September 2019 in Poznan, Poland
Filmmakers from around the world have been on the front line in exploring the reasons why young men and women are drawn into violent movements