Ioannuou, C.- 2017
Radicalisation is the process by which one person accepts the use of force as means to achieve political, ideological or religious goals. It should however, be noted that radicalisation does not necessarily lead to VE or terrorism and that radicalised behaviours are not necessarily problematic. Crucial is the recognition of individuals and groups that are vulnerable to radicalisation in order to for appropriate measures for timely and effective intervention to be implemented. This report was developed in the context of the Work Package 1 “Building the Foundations”. This analysis will be conducted by the IARS International Institute. The project aims to create a policy tool for the prevention of youth radicalisation in europe.