Tackling terrorism and violent radicalisation have been a top priority for European Union (EU) Member States ever since the 9/11 attacks and the Madrid and London bombings in 2004 and 2005 respectively. While EU Member States were initially almost exclusively concerned with Islamist radicalisation, more recently, EU Member States’ perspective on the threat posed by radicalisation has come to also focus again on the more traditional threats emanating from right- and left-wing extremists as well as nationalist-separatists.
There are a number of European networks in the field of radicalization and violence prevention. The European Union has promoted and supported networking, exchange, research and training programs to actively and effectively counteract forms of violent radicalism.
Here you will find studies, analyses, reports on various topics in the area of prevention of violent radicalism. Various manuals and best practice instructions are also compiled and available here.
Our goal is to provide the widest possible range of contacts and information on organizations, associations and projects in the context of radicalization prevention. In order to strengthen and perfect this network, we need your help and participation. If your organization is active in this field and you are interested in having your organization join this network and be listed on this website, please complete and submit this form.