National government

‘We have to think long term, because radicalisation is a long term global process it is a process that is a reaction to global forces’

FATHALI MOGHADDAM, PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY
DIRECTOR OF THE CONFLICT RESOLUTION PROGRAM
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, USA


‘If we can’t put in place projects …that make them have a sense of self value, then there always be vulnerable people that can be perverted’

GRAHAM FOULKES, FATHER OF VICTIM, UK


RESEARCH BASED POLICY ADVICE
FOR NATIONAL GOVERNMENT

POLICY ADVICEENGLISH | DUTCH 1 MB

Here you can download research based policy advice for national 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.