RADEX comprehensive report released soon

RADEX comprehensive report: Research findings on youth violent radicalisation between 5 countries

In the framework of the RADEX project, the consortium of partners have produced a comprehensive report including the research findings on youth violent radicalisation in the UK, Belgium, France, Greece and Cyprus.

Our research considered both online and offline youth radicalisation patterns, comprising literature reviews, interviews, focus groups, discourse analysis and online research on social media, apps and chatrooms. Therefore, the report contributes as a summary of general trends of research studies, but also as an in-depth analysis of social network research.

Thus, the comprehensive report provides us with hints on how, when and where young people become objects of radicalisation. At the same time, it identifies strengths and positive skills that young people can use in their benefit to build a stronger fence against radicalisation. The research includes a specific focus on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the radicalisation processes.

The report will be out soon! The release is scheduled for January 2022 on RADEX website. The summary will be available in English, French, Dutch and Greek.

Stay posted if you want to discover the details of our findings.

Why this report? More than a simple state of the art of youth violent radicalisation in the 5 target countries, it will serve as a basis of the main project output: an e-course about positive skills youth can develop to prevent radicalisation, directed to youth workers and educators.

The RADEX consortium is already working on it, keep following us not to miss its release!

The RADEX consortium meeting online