We published a survey with the aim to collect real data and information with regards to how, when and where violent radicalisation of young people happens online and offline. These data will be used to provide for a set of vulnerability indicators, and a set of radicalisation indicators for young people. The survey targets experts, front line professionals, officials, youth workers and any professional with experience in working with this target group.
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The estimated duration of the survey is 15-20 minutes.
The answers received are confidential and will be used for the purposes of the RADEX project. For any questions you might have, please contact Mrs. Sofia Tsiortou, email@example.com, CLUB UNESCO, Greece.
We are happy to launch RADEX, a project to mobilise against extremism in young people.
Europe is faced with increased phenomena of violent radicalisation, extremism and nationalism. Despite efforts by the European Commission and many European research projects, there is still a need to provide dedicated support to young people who are at risk of being groomed into violent radicalised acts and speech.
The RADEX project results are aimed at youth workers, youth, youth organisations, social workers and other professionals working with youth at risk of being groomed into adopting radical or extremist behaviours.
How can we help you? The RADEX project involves 6 different organisations with diverse expertise who came together to create tools and educational resources to help fight radicalism and extremism. Specifically, we will create an online platform which will include modules on youth violent radicalisation, a simulation video to showcase how, when and where different types of radicalisation processes may take place, and to whom they are addressed to. This tool will be based on real data and online research investigations in six European countries.
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