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The contribution of youth work to preventing marginalisation and violent radicalisation

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A practical toolbox for youth workers and organisations which train them with guidance on how to encourage active citizenship and prevent young people from marginalisation and radicalisation leading to violent extremism and deal with propaganda.

Aims of the tool

Guidance on how to encourage active citizenship and prevent young people from marginalisation and radicalisation leading to violent extremism and deal with propaganda.

Youth work has a role to play in empowering young people to be active citizens and thus keeping them guarded from extremist ideologies potentially leading to violent behaviour. It helps young people gain skills and competences through non-formal and informal learning, such as teamwork, leadership, intercultural competences, problem solving, and critical thinking. It supports young people in the difficult identity issues that can arise in adolescence. It can make a difference by supporting young people, especially those at risk of marginalisation and social exclusion, with their problems by empowering them to deal with the challenges of growing up in a complex, pluralistic modern society.

Description of the tool

This publication consists of five parts:
✓A glossary which provides clarification on the terminology used in the context of this report
✓An introductory part with background information on what this expert group is about, why it was established and how it carried out its work.
✓A practical toolbox which provides useful guidance and advice to youth workers and organisations which train youth workers on how to prevent young people from marginalisation and experiencing violent radicalisation
✓Policy recommendations to public authorities for a holistic approach in preventing violent radicalisation and extremism
✓Conclusions

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Tool overview

The contribution of youth work to preventing marginalisation and violent radicalisation

http://toolbox.salto-youth.net/2139

This tool is for

Youth workers, both volunteers and employed, and organisations which train them.

and addresses

Social Inclusion, Anti-Racism, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development, Religion

It is recommended for use in:

Training and Networking
Capacity Building

Materials needed:

https://publications.europa.eu/s/dVsf

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Expert group set up under the European Union Work Plan for Youth for 2016-2018

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Ellen Durst (on 8 February 2018)

and last modified

27 October 2017

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