The DARE (Dialogue about Radicalisation and Equality) project includes 17 partners in 13 countries - Belgium, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Malta, Norway, Poland, Russian Federation, The Netherlands, Tunisia, Turkey and the UK - and will run for four years. Funded under the EU Horizon 2020 Framework Programme, it will investigate young people’s encounters with and agents of radicalisation, how they receive and respond to those calls, and how they make choices about the paths they take.
The project aims to broaden understanding of radicalisation, demonstrate that it is not located in any one religion or community, and to explore the effects of radicalisation on society. DARE will focus on people aged between 12 and 30, as they are a key target of recruiters and existing research suggests they may be particularly receptive to radicalism. It will approach young people neither as victims nor perpetrators of radicalisation, but as engaged, reflexive, often passionate social actors who seek information they can trust, as they navigate a world in which calls to radicalisation are numerous. Read More Here.
What's Going On with DARE?
The final event for the DARE Project is taking place this week! Click here to download the Programme. Register here. See programme for direct links to registration for each day.
20 September 2021: We are delighted to announce the publication of the two synthesis reports each looking at young people's trajectories through radical milieus. The first (here) looks at radical islamist milieus and the second (here) looks at anti-islam(ist) and extreme right milieus.
2 September 2021: We are excited to launch the programme for the forthcoming final event for the project to be held online on 21-23 September. Click here to download the Programme. Register here. See programme for direct links to registration for each day.
20 August 2021: We are delighted to announce the publication of reports from our Work Package 2 (Radical Milieus in Historical Context). Click here to read the reports now.
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