Toolkit for Muslim
Communities

Toolkit

This toolkit is aimed at practitioners designing or preparing for interventions to counter Islamist extremism involving Muslims, with a special focus on Muslim youth. Practitioners should not only be equipped with adequate tools and resources to undertake effective programming, but also understand Islam and Islamism and the context of the ideologies they are facing when cooperating with Muslim communities.

 

Ebook

Ebook

MUSLIM COMMUNITIES

Ebook

Shaping Narratives and Challenging Stereotypes

Ebook

Tips and Tricks to Implement Psychosocial Support Programmes

Ebook

Provide the Individual with a Purpose and Belonging


Muslims Engagement Against Radicalisation

What you will learn:
  • Properly differentiating between being 'radical' or radicalised
  • Which factors and processes contribute to the radicalisation of youth
  • Understanding the origins and characteristics of Fundamentalist Islam and Islamist Extremism
  • Being better able to identify the presence of Islamist Extremism among youth
  • How to engage in counter extremism interventions involving Islamist Extremists
Co-funded by the ISFP Programme of the European Union.