07 Sep Radicalisation in Central and Eastern Europe – trends, challenges and opportunities to counteract
The partners of the RADPol2020 Conference developed a FINAL DOCUMENT consisting of policy briefs, which are building on the discussions at the conference and bring together insights on
- current trends on radicalisation in Central and Eastern Europe;
- context, challenges, latest research results and best practices on right-wing extremism;
- success stories and good practices on multi-agency approach and joint-action initiatives to tackling radicalisation / violent extremism;
- the issue of gender beyond not religiously motivated extremism.
Policy Brief No 1 is focussing on Current radicalisation trends in Central and Eastern Europe
Policy Brief No 2 adresses Right-wing extremism in Central and Eastern Europe: Context, challenges, latest research results and best practices
Policy Brief No 3 highlights approaches for improving collaboration and multi-stakeholder approaches towards addressing P/CVE in Central and Eastern Europe
Policy Brief No 4 emphasizes the importance of gender in P/CVE approaches and presents pathways from theory to practice
The conference was organized as a cooperation between three European projects MINDb4ACT, CHAMPIONs and BRAVE, funded under the H2020 and ISF-P European Commission Programmes.