Related projects

The R2PRIS “Radicalisation Prevention in Prisons” project seeks to reduce radicalisation and extremism inside prisons by enhancing the competences of frontline staff (correctional officers, educational staff and psychologists, social workers) to identify, report and interpret signals of radicalisation and respond appropriately.

The INTEGRA “Integrated community, probation and prison services radicalisation prevention approach” strives to improve the transition process between prison and/or probation systems and the community for those at risk of radicalisation or who have been radicalised. It attempts to achieve this outcome by promoting a holistic radicalisation prevention initiative focusing on skills development of offenders, front line staff and organisations.

The PRACTICIES “Partnership against violent radicalisation in the cities” mobilises networks of European cities, experts from the fields of humanities, political sciences, information sciences to better understand the human roots of violent radicalization and to characterise these processes starting by their origins and to build concrete tools and prevention practices.

The WayOut “Integrated Exit Programme for Prison and Probation” project aims to improve and facilitate the implementation of exit programmes by building a common framework to evaluate them and proposing methods, way or working, preconditions based on learned lessons with proven effectiveness.

The R4JUST “Radicalisation Prevention Competences’ Development Programme for Justice Professionals” projects aims to prevent and reduce the risk of radicalisation and violent extremism inside prisons by exploring a multi-sectoral approach, intending to enhance the competences of prison staff, probation staff, as well as judges and prosecutors while fostering criminal and judicial multi-sectoral cooperation and networking on countering and preventing radicalisation.

The project “HOPE – HOlistic radicalisation Prevention initiativE” is funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Regional Cooperation.