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180 Grad Wende: Deradicalisation & Multiplier trainings

Country
Germany
Target Audience
Youth/pupils/studentsViolent extremistsFamilies
key themes association
Community engagement/civil societyVulnerable youth and youth engagement in P/CVE
Peer Reviewed practice
No
Year
2016

Organisation

180° Turn – (180 Grad Wende)

Is a social prevention initiative in the City of Cologne dedicated to social work for youngsters and young adults.

The body responsible for the initiative is the ‘Jugendbildungs- und Sozialwerk Goethe e.V.’, an NGO working in the areas of education, democracy, migration and international exchange.

At the moment, it is funded by the German Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth. It is not funded by the European Commission.

Type of Organisation: NGO

Project description

The ‘180° Turn’ initiative comprises a network of young people, multipliers and coaches, who are trained as street workers in cooperation with our partners. The young multipliers are trained in different fields, such as moral courage or the prevention of drug addiction and violence.

The network of young multipliers is active in the whole city and suited for tackling the phenomenon of radicalisation at its roots. Multipliers and coaches spread counter-narratives through their networks and act as role models for the target group.

Deliverables

Our practice has led to several training modules in the fields of xenophobia, moral courage, de-escalation, basic rights, career guidance and the prevention of drug addiction and radicalisation.

Contact details

Address

180 Grad Wende
Buchforststr. 113
51103 Cologne
Germany

Contact person: Mr. Suhel El-Khatib
Email

Contact person: Mr. Mimoun Berrissoun
Telephone: (+49) 2211 683 2209
Email| Website

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