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Counter Radicalisation of Youth | Prashan de Visser

How can we prevent the radicalization of today’s youth? Prashan de Visser, a graduate student at Notre Dame’s Kroc International Institute for Peace Studies and founder of Sri Lanka Unites, say the key is providing adult mentorship and…

Civil Society Against Extremism – Training

The EU Internet Forum´s Civil Society Empowerment Programme The Civil Society Empowerment Programme is an initiative under the umbrella of the EU Internet Forum, which was launched in 2015 by Dimitris Avramopoulos, Commissioner for…

How do I talk about extremism with my students?

"Extreme Dialogue is a cutting-edge project designed to provide young people with the tools they need to build resilience against extremism in all its forms. Get in touch now via info@extremedialogue.org and visit www.extremedialogue.org to…

What’s the secret to effective Prevent delivery?

"Extreme Dialogue is a cutting-edge project designed to provide young people with the tools they need to build resilience against extremism in all its forms. Get in touch now via info@extremedialogue.org and visit www.extremedialogue.org to…

EU Protects: How the EU is combatting radicalisation

In 2017, the lives of two mothers changed forever. While Figen’s son was killed in a terrorist attack, Nabila almost lost her son to an extremist ideology. The experiences of both women inspired them to take action, joining with the EU to…

The Making and Unmaking of an Islamic Terrorist

Mubin Shaikh went from young army cadet to self-radicalized Jihadist and back. Here’s what he learned. Now, as a PhD candidate in psychology and tactical decision making, Shaikh advocates and advises de-radicalization programs in an effort…

Inside the mind of a former radical jihadist | Manwar Ali

"For a long time, I lived for death," says Manwar Ali, a former radical jihadist who participated in violent, armed campaigns in the Middle East and Asia in the 1980s. In this moving talk, he reflects on his experience with radicalization…