Youth work against violent radicalisation
Youth work against violent radicalisation.The study includes concepts that can be useful for youth work practitioners in understanding the phenomenon of radicalisation leading to violence. It includes 20 examples of youth work practices, grouped in five categories: peer education; online campaigns and digital media; co-operation with other stakeholders; providing opportunities; and education and training. It also analyses the needs and challenges youth work faces.
Publication date: 2009
Published by: Youth Partnership. Partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth
Key words: Radicalization, peer education