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.
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 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.
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.
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.
BOUNCE is a package of three interconnected and complementary tools (BOUNCEyoung, BOUNCEalong and BOUNCEup) targeting youngsters and their social environment.
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.
This programme is designed for inmates and remand prisoners charged with or convicted of terrorism and/or inmates vulnerable to radicalisation.
Since 2015, all correctional officers receive, as part of their two-year basic training programme, approximately 20 hours of education, training and lectures related to radicalisation and violent extremism.
The project aims to build a practice that is sustainable and easily transferable to other local governments. It believes the online world is an important part of our daily life and this makes it important to examine ways to become a part of this world.
The main aim of "Counternarration4Counterterrorism - C4C" project is to support and use the testimonies and the stories of the victims of terrorism.
Our approach incorporates three elements, each focusing on one aspect of radicalisation in Slovak society: first-line practitioners and people in daily proximity to signs of extremism at local level; political party representatives and policymakers at various levels...
Channel was first piloted in 2007 and rolled out across England and Wales in April 2012. Channel is a programme which focuses on providing support at an early stage to people who are identified as being vulnerable to being drawn into terrorism.
Community Policing and the Prevention of Radicalisation (CoPPRa), a project funded by the European Union and co-funded by the Belgian Federal Police, aims to improve the capacity of first-line police officers to prevent radicalisation.
Finland's community seminars tackle polarisation at local level by bringing together local actors from diverse public sector bodies (law enforcement, social services, etc.), NGOs with expertise in working with vulnerable groups and local prevention efforts, religious communities and community-based
This is a 30 minute thought provoking DVD produced by the UK Southwest Counter Terrorism Unit. Conviction is designed for first line staff from partnership agencies and gives an overview of a real life case study based on the convicted terrorist Andrew (Isa) Ibrahim.
DECOUNT is an interactive game that recreates the radicalisation processes of four protagonists. The player can decide how the stories unfold and each decision entails certain consequences.
Delta is a community multi-media exercise developed by Somali community groups for the Somali community in the United Kingdom.
The Danish national corps of mentors and parent coaches works with those in or affiliated to extremist groups, or at risk of radicalisation, and with their families or next of kin.
Dare to be Grey is a foundation that challenges polarisation in society. It calls for recognition of the 'grey' middle ground in issues often mistakenly considered 'black and white'.
The Democracy Factory is an interactive exhibition on democratic citizenship where visitors (children and young people aged 10-18 years, as well as adults) can enjoy a hands-on experience in a stimulating environment.
‘Denkzeit’ literally means ‘time to think’ or ‘thinking time’. It is an one-to-one-training that is aimed at youngsters (aged 13 to 25) at school, in prison or on probation, who usually display behavioural problems, particulary in regard to aggressivness and a high prospensity to violence...
The aim of the Megálló Group Foundation for Addicts’ de-radicalisation work is developed to prevent youngsters from violent extremism and to teach them how to express their opinion in an acceptable way.
Background research for government, local municipalities and other subjects about ethnical minorities of Slovak Republic with special focus on Roma people (social situation, geographical location, lifestyle, education level, integration, etc.).
The media frequently reports stories of students from diverse backgrounds who express extreme opinions. This often occurs following discussions on current societal events, on ethnic, cultural, religious or sexual diversity, or on politics.
For national security-related reasons, PET is paying great attention to individuals returning to Denmark from international war zones like Syria or Iraq.
All schools in the city of Antwerp work together with the city services to ensure that children, teenagers and youngsters get and take the opportunity to develop competences and obtain qualifications that lead to a wide personal formation and gives them access to higher education...
This resource has been developed for all HMPPS staff working with extremist offenders — especially those considered vulnerable to extremism. The two-part e-learning package can be accessed on the internet.
EXIT SCS is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) with expertise in facilitating exiting strategies for clients in coercive environments through a systemic-constructivist approach.
EXIT-Germany is an initiative assisting individuals, who want to leave the extreme right-wing movement and start a new life. Being the first to start such an endeavour in Germany, EXIT-Germany constitutes one of the most experienced and successful programmes in deradicalisation and exit-assistance..
Donate the hate, turning hate-comments into involuntary donations for refugees and against the far right. The internet is currently overflowing with racist and xenophobic comments. We’ve got something against this. A very simple idea.
Right-wing extremism still constitutes a significant problem in Germany. The scene has more than 25,000 members - and this figure is on the rise. Once people are stuck in the marshes of right-wing extremism, it is difficult to leave again.
‘Operation Trojan T-Shirt’ evolved in cooperation with an advertisement agency in order to target the neo-Nazi scene directly.
JUMP supports staff working in social spaces (particularly practitioners and educators) to engage with a particular subset of young people vulnerable to radicalisation and violent extremism.
The primary goal of the Expert Center on Gender and Right-Wing Extremism is to look at right-wing extremism from a gender perspective and achieve gender-sensitive approaches in all strategies and actions to prevent right-wing extremism.
Extreme Dialogue aims to build resilience to radicalisation among young people through a series of open-access educational resources and highly engaging short films. These films explore prejudice and identity, and foster critical thinking and digital literacy skills.
The Extremism Information Centre is a nationwide contact point for parents, teachers, social workers and any other persons seeking advice on issues of violent extremism. Our definition of extremism is broad and covers both politically and religiously motivated extremism.
The Foresee Research Group uses restorative principles and approaches (dialogue processes and encounters) to prevent escalation of conflict. The focus is on prevention at school level: work is carried out with teachers and parents, who are trained to engage in open non-violent communication.
The Fair Skills (FS) practice has recently been implemented as a European Fair Skills (EFS) approach in three eastern European countries. It is financed by the 'Prevention of and Fight against Crime' (ISEC) programme and the Directorate-General (DG) for Migration and Home Affairs.
Family Counselling supports parents of ‘foreign fighters’ and guides them in their communication process with their radicalised children. At the same time, the project aims to help young people at risk of radicalisation and to prevent the recruitment of vulnerable youths.
HAYAT (Turkish and Arabic for “Life”) is the first German counselling programme for persons involved in radical Salafist groups or on the path of a violent Jihadist radicalisation, including those traveling to Syria and other combat zones.
Sarpsborg municipality in Norway employs a holistic and systematic approach when supporting families to prevent or reverse radicalisation processes with affected family members. All municipal services are obligated to prioritise this work.
The city of Antwerp invested in an education policy division with following strategic goal / mission. All schools in the city of Antwerp work together with the city services to ensure that children...
Framework of successful principles and effective elements that make up anti-radicalisation activities in Rotterdam
Rotterdam's Anti-Radicalisation Approach programme was initiated in 2015. Most of its preventive activities underwent a pilot phase, completed in 2015. Following this, the team tried to determine which projects contributed successfully to the prevention of radicalisation and should therefore...
The GOT project comprises a series of formal and informal interlinked programmes which challenge all forms of extremism and promote integration. The target audience ranges in age from schoolchildren to adults.
‘Gaming with the police’ is a practice developed by the Dutch community police to keep in touch with youth who are active in the digital domain. By entering their ‘comfort zone’ through gaming, police officers from the community connect with the youth and earn their trust.
The role of the Garda National Diversity and Integration Unit (GNDIU) and its team of Garda (Police) Ethnic Liaison Officers (ELOs) is to liaise with minority communities and reassure them that police services are available to them without discrimination.
Through a facilitated dialogue process, the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation provides people from different backgrounds on the island of Ireland (north and south) with a space to tell their stories and share their truths.
HOPE not hate has produced widely reported handbooks and reports into XRW and violent Muslim extremists and in January 2015 released 'State of Hate' our annual and in-depth accurate assessment of the XRW in the UK, which was widely reported around the world.
The handbook aims to increase awareness of terrorist trends and activities, stressing the growing threat of self-radicalisation. It will support criminal police, intelligence, and law enforcement officers in detecting signs of radicalisation at an early stage.
Our mission is to change the attitudes of young people and build a society where all can coexist with certain shared values and a common understanding.
This is a multimedia product designed to bring together key partners from agencies that work within Prevent. It supports partners to identify early intervention opportunities to safeguard individuals who may be vulnerable to any form of extremism.
IC Thinking uses an evidence-based method of intervention science, based on the psychometric research of integrative complexity (IC). The aim is to equip people of all ages to work collaboratively with many types of differences — viewpoints, life stances, ...
INSPEC2T is a three-year project that started in May 2015. The project is funded by the European Commission, under the “H2020-FCT-2014 Ethical/Societal Dimension Topic 2: Enhancing cooperation between law enforcement agencies and citizens - Community policing” call.
The aim of this 18-month project was to detect and identify radicalisation among the prison population. The project included individual prison sentence planning, individual risk assessments, use of safe placements and interventions to prevent violent radicalisation.
There are many misconceptions about identity. Many people identify with their environment or with acquired factors like religion, the particular subculture they identify with, or even what they engage with on the internet.
ISDEP is a 2 1/2 year project based on the EU Commission's Prevent strand of the Counter Terrorism Strategy. Developed in partnership with eight EU Member States, this pioneering training programme is the first of its kind designed...
In IUSTITIA provides legal aid including representation in court and social counselling provided to all people affected by hate crime (1st liners, their family, friends, community), out-reach, awareness raising.
Inclusion is inspired by two existing programmes: EXIT Sweden and the Dutch cognitive behavioural programme Solo. We used the elements of each programme that appeared best suited to our target group.
This Italian approach combines three parallel elements: (1) security and (2) rehabilitation, framed under the (3) rule of law (represented by surveillance judges and courts).
This school programme aims to improve social relationships in post-conflict societies in Croatia, and to familiarise children in multi-ethnic communities with the culture and customs of 'others'.
Second wave “My City Real World” is a cooperation between a group of Dutch youngsters from the Schilderswijk and the Dutch community police, working on mutual understanding, investing in empowerment of the youngsters and the neighbourhood and social inclusion.
The Internet Safety Toolkit is a series of engaging films and animations for young people, which includes advice for parents, teachers and guardians around safeguarding principles.
Within the Belgian Federal Police we have developed the practice of interviewing children upon return from a conflict zone.
The Promeneurs du Net programme provides an educational internet presence for young people by establishing youth workers on popular online social platforms and offering support where needed.
Living with Controversy: Teaching Controversial Issues through Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights (EDC/HRE) Training Pack for Teachers
This training pack is a professional development programme for use primarily by teachers and school leaders, but also by NGOs, community organisations and others in education settings.
Managing Controversy: Developing a Strategy for Handling Controversy and Teaching Controversial Issues in Schools
This training pack is a self-reflection tool for school leaders, leadership teams and teachers, offering guidance on how to handle controversial issues in schools and education settings.
AIVITER realised a training module for the educational system to raise awareness of extremist violence and promote active citizenship among youngsters.
The background and rationale of the CoCoRa project and prevention concept
Monitoring and support based on the ability of Roma mentors to approach the Roma victims of hate motivated incidents, to gain their trust and efficiently link them with relevant professionals, who provide expert services (legal, support, psychological support etc.)
Mothers present a missing link in the entire community approach to preventing the spread of violent extremism. Their physical and emotional proximity make them witness to each stage of their child’s development.
Muslim-Jewish Dialogue – prevention, deconstruction of anti-Semite ideology as part of "Islamist" ideology
Muslim-Jewish Dialogue – prevention, deconstruction of anti-Semite ideology as part of "Islamist" ideology is a project of regular meetings of Muslim and Jewish multiplicators of the Muslim and Jewish communities, events, presentations, discussions.
A series of facilitated workshops based upon the priorities set by the audience, focussing on the ‘factors for vulnerability’ as developed by Cole. ‘Identifying Vulnerable People’ guidance Dr Jon Cole. Liverpool University, 2007.
NIACRO's practice is located at the Hate Crime end of the spectrum of radicalisation and violent extremism, and can be evidenced in three projects. These are detailed below but essentially could be described as diversionary, community capacity building, engaging with perpetrators and utilising...
This is a DVD table-top exercise which aims to break down barriers between the police and Muslim communities by providing an understanding of how police counter terrorism operations work.
The nationwide Institute for right-wing extremism and family provides counselling services for two groups. First is the relatives (parents, children or other close family members) of those who have joined a movement in the area of right-wing extremism or are in danger of doing so.
NeDiC is a unit in the Hessian Ministry of Justice that is responsible for the coordination and supervision of CVE practices in the Hessian penal system.
The Never Again Association is a Polish and Eastern European anti-racist organisation. The mission of the Never Again Association is to promote multicultural understanding and to contribute to the development of a democratic civil society in Poland and in the broader region of Central...
New Connexion started their work in the spring of 2009 at a school where there were problems with racism and there was a risk for youth getting radicalised.
No-nazi.net's work is based on monitoring, evaluating and combating hate speech and right-wing extremism in social networks and other parts of the digital world as well.
The organisation regularly conducts educational seminars to students and peace researchers on the impacts of terrorism and affects on victims and survivors or radical activity worldwide.
The 'Online and offline deradicalisation interventions through social media' (On/Off Derad) model project aimed to reach those individuals at risk of (right-wing or Islamist extremist) radicalisation as well as those who had already been radicalised.
Open Youth Work in Vienna and Austria takes place in youth centres, youth clubs, drop-in centres and public spaces in the form of outreach work or detached youth work. It is declared policy that this municipal service should focus on socially disadvantaged children and young people.
“Miteinander – Netzwerk für Demokratie und Weltoffenheit in Sachsen-Anhalt e.V.” is a German non-profit NGO, which is committed to an open, pluralistic, and democratic society. We work against racism, anti-Semitism, and other forms of discrimination against people (group-focused enmity).
The goal of the centres for handling radicalised individuals is to work towards disengagement from violent radicalisation and prevent the risk of progressing to violence while encouraging social reintegration and instilling civic values.
Pathways is a DVD based drama which aims to explore extremist narratives from different perspectives. Interweaving characters from the same communities and exploring different faiths and ideologies, the story focuses on how young people can be coerced into terrorist activity.
Tailor made training course for the PSP-network. The overall and primary goal of the project is to reduce potential radicalisation among vulnerable people with psychiatric and/or mental diagnosis in Denmark.
The programmes 'Peer to Peer (P2P): Challenging Extremism' and 'Peer to Peer: Facebook Global Digital Challenge' are global university youth initiatives and international competitions that harness the power of student innovation to challenge prejudice, online hate and extremism.
The training is focused mainly on the testing of the new list of indicators of violent radicalisation and on the deepening of knowledge of the Islamic culture.
A special coaching programme for imprisoned parents is aimed to prevent the right wing radicalisation of their children.
The UK Counter Terrorism network working with the National health Service have implemented a pilot of three mental health hubs. The aim is to assess the value of mental health professionals working alongside counter terrorism police officers.
The Preventive Policing Unit in Helsinki Police Department was founded in 2012, based on related experience of such work internationally. The main aim of the unit is to enhance the security of the city of Helsinki and to act early to prevent phenomena that endanger security...
Project description:The main aim of this programme is to provide psychological support to vulnerable and traumatised young people who are at risk of...
The one-day Awareness and Actions Workshop held by RAN TAS (predecessor of RAN Centre of Excellence) was designed to provide awareness training to Member States who need to reach out to different actors.
In order to face the rise of radicalisation and violent extremism, we developed a follow-up strategy to help radicalised people getting out of jihadist ideology, by strengthening the bonds within the family and reintegrating the individuals into work market and social groups.
Religion and mediation training for religious and traditional peacemakers, international organisations & practitioners in the field
Since 2014, the Network for Religious and Traditional Peacemakers (hereinafter ‘the Network’) has participated in leading, funding, and supporting training for the diplomatic and international community, as well as religious and traditional peacemakers on engaging religious worldviews....
Removing parent benefits if families refuse to address concerns of radicalization (Foraeldrepaalægget)
Working with families where social services have concerns of radicalization is a complex matter. Historically this has been the job of the intelligence services or Police.
RRP was a three year multi-agency partnership project operating within and across deprived urban areas of Southwark and Lambeth in London. RRP worked with white right wing extremists and individuals and groups involved in perpetrating low level racial harassment.
A tailored programme of activities providing safe, neutral spaces for local authorities and the communities they serve to enter into dialogue and rethink radicalisation.
Seven German federal states are currently working on developing a strategy on how to re-integrate people who had left Germany in order to join Islamist groups, primarily the Islamic State in the Levantine.
SMN telephone Helpline is an initiative and a realization of the vision of Samenwerkingsverband Marokkaanse Nederlanders (Alliance of Moroccan-Dutch), on the prevention of radicalisation.
During the 1-day seminar, prison staff should increase their understanding of radicalisation, extremism and terrorism, especially radicalisation in prison and the processes of radicalisation.
Social net conferencing offers offenders in prison the chance to develop a mandatory plan for their future after their release. Offenders work together with their social network (or net) to create this plan, which is then sent to the judge, who issues orders according to the plan, at the trial.
Steunpunt Sabr (the Arabic for 'patience') is a women's organisation that is situated in the neighbourhood Schilderswijk (The Hague), and is active both in the Municipality of The Hague and nationally.
Success Together was a one year project that worked more broadly to support the interests and needs of Tamil families affected by the civil war in Sri Lanka.
Provision of victims’ services to survivors of political violence resident in England and Wales, providing practical and emotional support so that they may cope with and recover from their experiences.
This practice involves former extremists working as exit workers within Exit Sweden. Visualising a 'violent extremism spectrum' (see Figure 1 below) can aid understanding of how this approach works.
TERRA is a Europe-wide network-based prevention and learning project, funded by the European Commission, DG Home Affairs. The lead partner is Arq Psychotrauma Expert Group in the Netherlands.
The TERRA II project team at University College Roosevelt (UCR) know that in an increasingly multicultural society, the development of citizenship skills and sensitivity to others are vital.
An intensive youth leadership programme that reduces vulnerability and increase resilience to radicalisation, delivered over several months to groups of between 12 and 17 young people aged 14-19.
Taking Responsibility – Breaking away from Hate and Violence – Education of Responsibility (Verantwortungspädagogik®)
This project targets young people arrested for committing ideologically motivated acts of violence (right-wing extremists or radical Islamists). It aims to support such youngsters in their effort to live responsibly and non-violently, detached from inhumane ideologies.
The methodological basis of the program 'Teachers Empowered' rests on viewing the teaching profession as an exercise in leadership. Prerequisites for the development of leadership qualities are work on one's own personality and one's own vision for leadership.
The nationally operating Team TER (Terrorists, Extremists and Radicals) helps the Dutch Probation Service prevent (further) radicalisation of Dutch probationers.
AfVT (Association française des victimes du terrorisme) was established in 2009 to help victims of terrorism and combat radicalisation by promoting open dialogue between victims and the general public.
The origins and effort: The Danish SSP collaborative system organizes the local and municipal crime preventive efforts towards children and adolescents. This may also include families.
The Engagement and Support Program’s (ESP) primary goal is to build resilience to radicalisation through diversion, disengagement and desistance.
The Map Of Terror uses the potentialities of online communication for building a speech using texts, videos, images and a huge database.
The Peaceable school is a whole-school approach for primary schools, aiming to cultivate a democratic community where children's voices are heard, and where children and teachers learn to resolve conflict constructively.
The prevention pyramid of Johan Declerck is an instrument that can be used to orient and achieve insights into how to optimise one’s policy for the prevention of radicalisation. It consists of five levels. Each level is as important as the one that lies above.
The Redirect Method (TRM) was developed in 2016 by Moonshot CVE in partnership with Google. It is deployed via online platforms such as YouTube and Twitter, as well as specially designed websites.
The Unity Initiative (TUI) is a specialist Interventions Consultancy with the primary aim of dismantling reactionary absolutism, tackling violent extremism and promoting pluralism through the use of a pioneering, legitimate and unique methodology which combines sanctioned counter-narratives...
Radicalised people do not normally call for countering violent extremism (CVE) programmes. But parents, teachers, youth workers and many others call counselling offices or exit programmes, like Legato in Hamburg, when they fear a young person (whom they care for) is slipping into radicalisation.
Making visible and strengthen the role of mosques in preventing radicalization and polarization by building communal social (and - indirect - religious) resilience.
In each of the 98 institutions in Denmark there are designated ‘resource persons’ who have undergone specialised training by the national security unit and the Danish Security and Intelligence Service.
Training about Counter Terrorism, Extremism and Radicalisation (CTER) is considered ‘priority training’ at the Dutch national police.
At its root, this training need was identified through operational requirements in information flow and detection of radicalisation. The training addresses limited knowledge among prison staff on how to recognise signs of radicalisation.
The provider is The Police Academy of the Czech Republic in Prague in cooperation with Prison Service of the Czech Republic. The trainers are from the Police Academy, the Prison Service, the Police – National Centre against Organised Crime.
The Academy for Countering Radicalisation (Rijksopleidingsinstituut tegengaan radicalisering, ROR) was established in order to create awareness among first-line practitioners working for the government and semi-government.
Training of on-site referee trainers (ORT) on violent islamist radicalisation awareness in detention
The ORT training of trains all correctional staff in awareness of violent radicalisation. Initial sessions are intended as a refresher for basic knowledge on radicalisation, mental manipulation and procedural points of reference regarding tracking and description.
Belgium’s Federal agency for the reception of asylum seekers (Fedasil) provides training for reception centres and support services staff.
The extreme right uses the Internet and especially the new Social Media tools very efficiently to spread its ideology and worldview. The far right lives and dies by provocation which gives it the image of an honest, revolutionist and ‘frightful’ force.
This practice focuses on reaching out to members of online groups that spread conspiracy theories and/or anti-democracy propaganda (these groups include known members of extremist groups trying to recruit).
Violent Extremism Risk Assessment, version 2-revised (VERA-2R) Pressman, Rinne, Duits, Flockton (2016)
The Violent Extremism Risk Assessment, version 2-Revised (VERA-2R), is specifically designed, via the structured professional judgment (SPJ) approach, to analyse the risk of violent extremism.
Web constables are police officers with active profiles in various social media networks (Facebook, VK.com, various Estonian forums).
West London Initiative (WLI) emerged primarily as a result of identifying an increasing need amongst statutory agencies and youth organisations in London (UK) concerning Muslim youth engagement...
This project contributes to discussions among Muslim youngsters on Facebook. The aim is to provide alternative perspectives and background information on social, political and religious questions, in order to challenge highly visible Islamist narratives in social networks.
Terrorist recruiters are successful because their ideologies and actions resonate with youth when they are most vulnerable. At a time with they question the unfairness of the world, or feel alone, unheard or persecuted.
The WomEx project was a 'Prevention of and Fight against Crime' (ISEC) national starter measure in 2013-14.
A radicalisation-aware and conflict-sensitive training programme, supporting women to become more active citizens, leading the way in preventing and resolving violent conflict through intercultural dialogue and challenging extreme views & prejudices.
The Association for Nonviolent Communication works with both adult and young perpetrators of violence. Work with adult perpetrators of violence focuses on violence in the family as well as intimate partner violence.
Working with PVLs requires expertise on different levels. Generally, a three-stage process is involved among individuals and organizations: from the 'aha'-phase (identification of a PVL) and the 'hmm'-phase (what to do now that we identified a PVL?) to the 'okay'-phase...
WRAP is an hour-long, interactive, facilitated workshop based on video content, aimed at frontline staff.
chamäLION is a primary prevention concept that aims to promote resilience against extremist ideologies. It is based on the idea of preventing radicalisation through early support of personal and social resources, establishing the capacity for acceptance of and respect for other people...
‘Riscrivere la mia storia – Rewriting my story’ intervention for the prevention of violent extremism in juvenile detention centres in Italy under the project FAIR ‘Fighti
Project description:Objective of the interventionPrison settings play a powerful role in the recruitment and radicalisation of persons to violent...
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