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Dialogue About Radicalisation and Equality

Descrizione del progetto

Comprendere e prevenire l’estremismo tra i giovani

In un mondo sempre più polarizzato, vi è una diffusa preoccupazione che i giovani siano attratti da varie forme di estremismo. Gli studi sulla sicurezza suggeriscono che gli estremisti violenti seguono un processo comune di «radicalizzazione», ma non sono in grado di prevedere chi assumerà comportamenti violenti. D’altra parte, il fatto di insinuare che i soggetti con caratteristiche simili sono potenziali estremisti ha stigmatizzato intere comunità, generando conseguenze controproducenti. Il progetto DARE, finanziato dall’UE, sposterà l’attenzione sui giovani che si confrontano con idee e ambienti radicali, ma che non hanno superato la soglia della violenza. Attraverso lo studio ravvicinato dei processi che guidano, ma anche che limitano, il movimento dei giovani verso l’estremismo, il progetto genererà raccomandazioni politiche e strumenti pratici per prevenire l’estremismo violento, attingendo direttamente dall’esperienza dei giovani.

Obiettivo

DARE aims to significantly increase understanding of why and how young people become radicalised and our capacity to effectively counter radicalisation. It does this through integrating research, policy and practice objectives in a three stage process of: 1) critical review of existing knowledge, policy and interventions in radicalisation and counter-radicalisation; 2) generation of new empirical research on young people’s encounters with, and responses to, messages and agents of radicalisation; and 3) integration of research findings to develop, pilot and evaluate two educational toolkits and a de-radicalisation programme evaluation tool to enhance the effectiveness of counter-radicalisation interventions.
Through its focus on Islamist and anti-Islam(ist) radicalisation DARE addresses both ‘religious fundamentalism’ and ‘violence and hate crime’ dimensions of the topic call and explores how radicalisation processes interact to produce cumulative effects. It takes as its focus young people as a group that is targeted by recruiters and conventionally understood to be receptive to radicalism. It also places emphasis on gender dimensions of radicalisation.
DARE recognises that improving knowledge on radicalisation has urgent implications for societal security but contributes to the wider objectives of the ‘Reversing inequalities and promoting fairness’ call through recognising that social inequality and discrimination give rise to perceived injustice which may motivate engagement with radical ideologies and actions. DARE’s primary concern is to address the long term social roots and effects of radicalisation and to engage young people themselves in countering radicalisation through its, innovative, attention to non-radicalisation alongside radicalisation trajectories.
The DARE Consortium brings together academic and civil society organisations to ensure integration of its academic, policy and practice elements and includes members from 9 EU and 4 non-EU countries.

Invito a presentare proposte

H2020-SC6-REV-INEQUAL-2016-2017

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Bando secondario

H2020-SC6-REV-INEQUAL-2016

Meccanismo di finanziamento

RIA - Research and Innovation action

Coordinatore

THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 1 182 257,96
Indirizzo
OXFORD ROAD
M13 9PL Manchester
Regno Unito

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Regione
North West (England) Greater Manchester Manchester
Tipo di attività
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Collegamenti
Costo totale
€ 1 182 257,96

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