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The Horizon 2020 project PAVE (Preventing and Addressing Violent Extremism) aims to tackle the issue of radicalisation by examining its root causes and driving factors. Based on a participatory and inter-regional approach, it aims to advance evidence-based knowledge on violent extremism in the broader MENA region and the Western Balkans, and to strengthen the capacity of policy-makers and community leaders for an effective prevention strategy between the European Union and its neighbourhood. View more

The Horizon 2020 project PREVEX (Preventing Violent Extremism in the Balkans and the MENA: Strengthening Resilience in Enabling Environments) employs a bottom-up approach to local-global dynamics combined with an institutionalist analysis of the responses of the EU, member states and third countries. Its goal is to contribute to more effective policies that prevent violent extremism through strengthening societal resilience. View more

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The DARE (Dialogue about Radicalisation and Equality) project, funded under the EU Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, investigates young people’s encounters with messages and agents of radicalisation, how they receive and respond to those calls, and how they make choices about the paths they take. It aims to broaden understanding of radicalisation, demonstrate that it is not located in any one religion or community, and explore the effects of radicalisation on society.. View more

The Horizon 2020 project GREASE (Radicalisation, Secularism and the Governance of Religion: Bringing together European and Asian Perspectives) looks at how religious diversity is governed in a broad range of cultures, comparing relevant norms, laws and practices. Within this process it is also considering the relative success of various regimes in integrating minorities and migrants. The aim is to deepen our understanding of religious diversity governance, emphasising insights for countering radicalisation trends. View more

The H2020 MINDb4ACT project tries to solve limitations in conventional research methodologies when dealing with violent radicalisation through the Living Labs framework in which all stakeholders – academia, Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), private sector, governments, municipalities, first-line respondents and other practitioners – collaborate to co-design new practices to prevent violent extremisms addressing all dimensions (security, political, societal and ethical). View more