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This e-book brings together the work of five organisations working on the RADEX project, which is supported by the Erasmus+ Programme, under KA205 Strategic Partnerships for youth education. It is coordinated by the Restorative Justice for All International Institute (United Kingdom), and is delivered in partnership with SYNTHESIS Center for Research and Education (Cyprus) ALDA (France), Club for UNESCO (Greece) and Inclusive Europe (Belgium).

The RADEX project aims to make an impact on countering, preventing and diverting violent radicalisation of youth, by equipping young people, youth workers, social workers, and youth organisations with tools to identify patterns, methods, and different processes of violent radicalisation.

This e-book presents a comprehensive report analysing the methodological framework and the findings of the research phase from the partner countries on radicalisation, and, together with the online course, aims to bring forward positive skills for young people to identify, deter and combat violent radicalisation.

Grant Agreement N: 2020-2-UK01-KA205-59FDDA02

Research findings on violent youth radicalisation in the UK, Cyprus, France, Gre

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