Local government

‘It is important for every citizen to feel accepted in his or her identity, you can do things in society to make that happen.’

BERTJAN DOOSJE, PROFESSOR OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
CHAIR OF RADICALISATION STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, NL


‘Going in there with sensitivity …and to perhaps offer alternative perspectives and be there and listen’

KELLY SIMCOCK, DIRECTOR OF COMMISSIONS
THE TIM PARRY JOHNATHAN BALL FOUNDATION FOR PEACE, UK


RESEARCH BASED POLICY ADVICE
FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT

POLICY ADVICEENGLISH | DUTCH 1 MB

Here you can download research based policy advice for local governments. Its designed to guide you in preventing and addressing radicalization through the use of a community approach.

It forms part of a comprehensive toolkit created for local and national governments, and for front liners coming into professional contact with vulnerable individuals or groups who may be at risk of radicalising.