Toolkit for Organisations Composed by Families of Radicalised Peoples

Toolkit

This toolkit aims to support key practitioners and those working with families whose relatives have been radicalised or show signs of extremism. Families play a critical and central role in preventing extremism early and engaging with their children and siblings to assist in the process of disengagement and de-radicalisation.

Ebook

Ebook

FAMILIES AGAINST RADICALISATION AND VIOLENT EXTREMISM


Families' Engagement Against Radicalisation

What you will learn:
  • Properly differentiating between being 'radical' or radicalised
  • Which factors and processes contribute to the radicalisation of youth
  • The importance of the role of the family in the prevention of radicalisation
  • How to engage with families across different stages of intervention
  • Past projects and good practices that practically apply these lessons
Co-funded by the ISFP Programme of the European Union.