Youth Work Against Violent Radicalisation

Youth Work Against Violent Radicalisation

In order to determine and illustrate the role of youth work in prevention of radicalisation leading to violence, the four SALTO Resource Centers together with National Agencies of Erasmus+ Youth in Action and the EU-CoE Youth Partnership have come together to research the phenomena and work on a strategy supporting youth workers in this field.

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  • Call for Examples and Inspiring Practices

    We are inviting youth workers, youth-led organisations and NGOs for youth, informal groups, institutions and public authorities, implementing social, cultural, educational, political and sports-related activities through youth work, to send us your case studies and examples of practice highlighting mechanisms of addressing and preventing youth violent radicalisation.

    Within a long-term strategy about youth work against violent radicalisation, involving various European countries and Europe's neighbouring regions, this mapping exercise aims to showcase positive ways and initiatives in which youth violent radicalisation can be addressed.

    Listen to the presentation of the research by Lana Pasic, one of the experts!

    Deadline: closed

  • Conference “Youth Work against Violent Radicalisation”, Malta, 28-30 November

    This Autumn four SALTO Resource Centres together with National Agencies of Erasmus + YiA will organise in Malta a Conference gathering practitioners, policy-makers and researchers active in the field of prevention of violent radicalisation. The aim of the Conference is to raise awareness about the role of youth work against violent radicalization. The event is part of long term strategy that is realising for 2017 a mapping exercise of inspiring practises of NGOs working on the topic.