The RADEX consortium has produced a comprehensive report of the research phase of the project. This included the findings on youth violent radicalisation from 5 countries the UK, Belgium, France, Greece and Cyprus. Read the executive summary if you want the key findings summarized in a short text:
This e-book brings together the work of five organisations working on the RADEX project. It is coordinated by the Restorative Justice for All International Institute (United Kingdom), and is delivered in partnership with SYNTHESIS Center for Research and Education (Cyprus) ALDA (France), Club for UNESCO (Greece) and Inclusive Europe (Belgium).
This timely e-book is based on the RADEX training course. Europe is facing and increased phenomena of violent radicalisation, extremism and nationalism is faced with increased phenomena of violent radicalisation, extremism and nationalism. Despite efforts by the European Commission and many Horizon and Erasmus+ projects, there is still a need to provide tailored support to young people who are at risk of being groomed into violent radicalised acts and speech. RADEX exchanges its results at national and European levels, helping in this way to achieve the objectives of Erasmus+, the 2015 ‘Paris Declaration’, the EU strategy for combating radicalisation, and the Erasmus+ Inclusion and Diversity Strategy.