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.


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

News & Documents


Launch of Living Labs in Italy

The first two Living Labs took place in Italy. Our italian consortium partners the Minsitry of Justice in Italy - Triveneto Region and the…


US-EU Study Visit in Belgium

On Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st of March 2019, a study visit on P/CVE in United States and its relations with the European approach…


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…


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…


Celebrating one-year anniversary of the MINDb4ACT project

We start off with our Newsletter service! It is now available the first edition, which summarises the first year of the project.


Contradictions in the European prevention model

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