The project

Through the Living Lab framework, MINDb4ACT will collectively reassess individual, local, national, and multi-national approaches towards the comprehension, identification and prevention of violent radicalisation.

This project will contribute to shape an international community of security experts and first-line professionals in order to meet the challenges and vulnerabilities of a globalised European and international society.

Objectives

1
Understand the process of radicalization and recruiting methods in different contexts and dimensions.
2
Identify how experts, decision makers and first-line practitioners are framing the problem.
3
Build an international community of practice for sharing know-how among all stakeholders.
4
Use technology-based solutions (Big Data, Virtual reality) for analysis, prevention and counter-radicalization
5
Develop training and capacity building activities based on empirical evidences for end-users.

News & Documents



News

Entering the second year of the project: the consortium met in Brussels

The First Steering Committee of the MINDb4ACT project took place in Brussels on January 2019. During the meeting, the goal and key elements…

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Study visit: Italian approach to preventing violent extremism and radicalization

Italy, 15-16 November 2018: the last Study visit of the project was held in Padua. AGENFOR together with the Italian Ministry of Justice…

Documents

Contradictions in the European prevention model

An extract from "Radicalisation: no prevention without juridicalisation" by Sergio Bianchi, analyses the prevention practices against…

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Forgotten Jihadi Women

Our project partner Agenfor International Foundation just released a reportage on women and children of foreign fighters in Syria.

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Book launch – Emerging Radicalisation Trends Across Europe: Transversal Threats in a Liquid World

"Emerging Radicalisation Trends Across Europe: Transversal Threats in a Liquid World", the new book by three experts in radicalization and…

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Study Visit: British approach to preventing violent extremism and radicalization

United Kingdom, June 2018: The fifth Study visit in the context of the MINDb4ACT project was spread in five different days, in a total of…