Eastern Europe

December 14, 2021

Islamophobia and Xenophobia in Slovenia

Our research, therefore, attempts to first identify Islamophobia and xenophobia through theoretical discourse as the fear of the "other" − that is, the fear towards Muslims (Islamophobia) or towards the foreigners (xenophobia)
December 14, 2021

Signs of Islamist Radicalisation and Extremism in a Country without a Single Terrorist Attack: The Case of Slovenia

The article identifies and studies instances of the transit of foreign Islamists, their finances and arms, provides examples of local foreign fighters and their return, identifies NGOs with radical agendas and attempts at recruitment, as well as threats made to local authorities, training under the cover of a social event, the deportation of extremists, and a foiled terrorist attack. Most of these indicators are linked to Jihadi and Islamist sources of power based in Bosnia.
December 14, 2021

Non-custodial Rehabilitation and Reintegration in P/CVE: A Guidebook

While recognizing the need to develop tailored, context- and conflict-sensitive approaches to the challenge, the guide identifies a series of principles that should underpin all non-custodial R&R efforts
December 9, 2021

Trends of Radicalisation: Hungary

Our findings show that the proliferation of right-wing radical movements, coupled with the wider socio-political context, has had a significant effect on perpetrators.
December 7, 2021

Deradicalisation and Integration: Legal Framework

This report focuses on the legal aspects of the phenomenon of radicalisation, deradicalisation, and counter-radicalisation in Slovenia.
December 7, 2021

Stakeholders of (De-)Radicalisation in Slovenia

This report presents a brief overview of (de-)radicalisation events, stakeholders and agents in Slovenia.
December 7, 2021

Trends of Radicalisation in Slovenia

This report addresses the issues of radicalization in Slovenia.
December 7, 2021

Cultural Drives to Radicalisation in Slovenia

The purpose of this report is to investigate a specific contemporary political and media discourse in Slovenia, with a focus on migration and race issues.
December 7, 2021

Radicalisation in Bulgaria

The report provides policy makers and the expert community with a systematic overview of the main risks to which the Bulgarian society is exposed, as well as of the main actors and ideas, the repertoire of actions and the groups at risk associated with radicalisation.
December 7, 2021

Bulgaria’s National Approaches to Extremism

The types of radicalisation discussed in this report are Islamist and far-right. They vary significantly in terms of spread, manifestations, organisation and number of individuals involved, as well as the popular attention.
HOPE RADICALISATION NETWORK