Counter-radicalisation and counter-terrorism from an equality perspective
How can the EU prevent radicalisation while upholding equality and fundamental rights?
How does the city of Aarhus in Denmark work on deradicalisation through dialogue and rehabilitation?
Why is time for a radical rethink of the United Kingdom’s ’Preventing violent extremism’ programme?
How can communities work together to fight radicalisation and terrorism?
What is the European Parliament’s perspective on preventing radicalisation?
Find out more in the first articles of this latest webzine edition, and watch this space for upcoming articles on...
The hasty announcements concerning the fight against Islamic radicalisation bring simplistic and counterproductive answers when it comes to public security. They (...) Read More
CVE. Three letters that stand for Counter Violent Extremism. It is likely that these three words will constitute, for the next decade, one of main drivers for policy (...) Read More
The European Parliament is currently working on a report on the Prevention of Radicalisation, whose rapporteur is the French former minister Rachida Dati. Part of (...) Read More
How can the EU address radicalisation while upholding equality and fundamental rights? Refraining from adopting discriminatory measures, long term investment in (...) Read More
Yasser Louati, of the Collective Against Islamophobia in France, presents a community perspective on counter-radicalisation and counter-terrorism measures and how to (...) Read More
Alyas Karmani and Ratna Lachman of JUST West Yorkshire give an anti-racism perspective on UK counter-radicalisation measures, and in particular the ‘Prevent’ (...) Read More
Generally speaking, the essence of the Aarhus model is preventing radicalisation by working with at-risk citizens to improve their possibilities for inclusion in (...) Read More