What you will learn
- Properly differentiating between being 'radical' or radicalised
- Which factors and processes contribute to the radicalisation of youth
- The potency of youth as actors of negative and positive change
- Suggestions for how to engage with youth
- Past projects, good practices, campaigns and initiatives that practically apply these lessons.
About This Course Project
Community Engagement Against Radicalisation is a project led by The University of Lusofona, in partnership with NGOs and research institutions from 10 countries. Its objective is to develop practical models of community and civic engagement that can enhance civil society capacity to prevent and counter radicalisation. This includes developing digital toolkits, implementing tailored trainings, and launching a consultancy service. The project is expected to enable individuals working in the field of preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE) to be better equipped to meet the challenges facing them as practitioners, and to enable them to work as multipliers within their own communities by developing PVE/CVE sustainable initiatives.
Project Consortium: ULHT (PORTUGAL), CESIE(ITÁLIA); UPPSALA UNIVERSITET(SWEDEN); SVF(HUNGARY); CSI(CYPRUS); Active Citizens Partnership (GREECE); Multikulturel (AUSTRIA); Techsoup (POLAND); CAPRI (FRANCE); PATRIR (ROMANIA) and BONS (FRANCE).
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The course is composed of 4 modules. In each module has a short assessment at the end. If you score more than 50 (in 100) you will be granted a certificate at the end of the course.
The certificate and the course are free of any fees