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Mobilising Against Extremism

through Countering and Diverting Radicalisation of Young People


RADEX (Mobilising Against Extremism through Countering and Diverting Radicalisation of Young People) is an Erasmus+ project that successfully concluded in 2022.

This project was designed to address the escalating challenges of radicalization among youth aged 16 to 24. However, its impact transcends the confines of this age group, delving into the realm of countering the indoctrination process that insidiously commences at even younger ages.

The cornerstone of the RADEX project rests on the unwavering belief that empowerment is the antidote to radicalization. By equipping young individuals with essential skills, bolstering the capacity of youth workers and allied professionals, and igniting critical thinking, the project endeavors to imbue them with the tools to recognize and comprehend the diverse manifestations of online radicalization. To realize this aspiration, the RADEX Project embraces the Restorative Justice and the Good Lives Model approach, which spotlights the positive attributes of young individuals, nurturing their resilience against the pull of radicalization.

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A consortium of partners from six European nations collaborated to breathe life into this endeavor. They include Restorative Justice for All (RJ4All) International Institute from the UK, SYNTHESIS Center for Research and Education from Cyprus, Club for UNESCO for Education, Science & Culture from Greece, European Association for Local Democracy (ALDA) from France, Inclusive Europe from Belgium, and Ingenious Knowledge from Germany.

The focal beneficiaries of this undertaking are primarily young people, youth workers, social workers, youth organizations, and any professionals engaging with youth.

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The project's outcomes are divided into two distinct parts.

In the first phase, the project meticulously crafted a methodological guideline for in-depth research into violent youth radicalization in Europe, both online and offline. This research synthesis involved a plethora of investigative methods such as interviews, questionnaires, and comprehensive literature review. The resultant data and findings were then synthesized into a transnational report, thoughtfully translated into each partner's native language. Furthermore, the gathered insights paved the way for the development of the second phase.

The second segment is characterized by the creation of a suite of educational resources concerning radicalization processes, warning indicators, and other vital aspects. These resources are hosted on an interactive e-learning platform featuring engaging e-modules replete with assessments, quizzes, and evaluations. To access these educational materials and delve deeper into the project, please follow this link: RADEX Project Website

Additionally, you can download the enlightening RADEX E-book by clicking here. To further enrich your understanding and involvement, the comprehensive training handbook is available for download here.

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