Save the Children Sweden has been engaged in preventive work against radicalisation and violent extremism since 2017, which is when the Support Line on Radicalisation, ‘Orostelefonen’ was launched.
Project description:Objective of the interventionPrison settings play a powerful role in the recruitment and radicalisation of persons to violent...
This counter-speech campaign aimed to reach potential foreign terrorist fighters, and their networks, in order to dissuade from extremism and terrorism by challenging ISIS’ utopia narrative.
The ‘180° Turn’ initiative comprises a network of young people, multipliers and coaches, who are trained as street workers in cooperation with our partners.
Dialogue is an important tool, both for resolving conflict and for creating understanding and trust. When children and young people come into conflict with the law, or are at risk of doing so, understanding the reasons behind this is key.
This model offers intervention at two levels: it addresses the general population as well as individuals.
The target group of this deradicalisation work is young people who identify as extreme or radical right-wing and/or who distinguish themselves by extremely intolerant behaviour in terms of group-focused enmity.
This is a table-top exercise centred on a hypothetical counter terrorism scenario which stimulates debate around the sensitive subject of terrorism. Decisions taken by the participants will shape the way the incident is investigated.
The main focus of the Advice Centre Hesse is to intervene in the radicalisation process. Targeted deradicalisation activities are aimed at people who tend to travel to war zones, return to Germany as ‘foreign fighters’ and/or are seeking to disengage from extremist ideologies.
Since 2012, Kitab, a Team at VAJA e.V., works on countering radicalisation processes of youngsters in the context of fundamentalist Islamism and Salafism, by counselling parents, relatives or other persons belonging to their social circle.
Against Violent Extremism (AVE) is a network that aims to provide a platform for former violent extremists and survivors of violence to connect with each other to share ideas, collaborate, and identify partners and resources to find ways of amplifying their initiatives and message...
The main goal of the Aggredi’ programme is to reduce violence or stop it completely on an individual level. Another important objective is to develop working methods for use with community violence offenders.
In response to social unrest related to riots in France, the Danish cartoons and the release of the Geert Wilders film Fitna, the Dutch National Police build up a network of Allies in the cities of Utrecht and Almere.
Archer is a consequence management exercise designed to bring together key strategic partners to help them improve their understanding and communication in the wake of a spontaneous counter terrorism arrest.
Our school is a multicultural flagship school in the city of Antwerp. Our students represent more than 60 nationalities. Our teaching staff also boasts great diversity.
Project description:The City of Augsburg has been working on the prevention of (religiously inspired) radicalisation since 2011. In cooperation with...
Project description:The Aussteigerprogramm Islamismus (‘Exit-programme Islamism’) is an offer for those who want to leave the Islamist communities...
Project description:Awake the World aims to counter radical and violent extremism through online and offline actions. We challenge religion- or...
Project description:Guidelines released by the Council of Europe in November 2019 recommend that prison staff and probation practitioners receive...
Operation Bachelor and Operation Graduate are two discussion exercises developed by the ACPO Prevent Delivery Unit to help the police engage with representatives from the further and higher education sector.