Extremism and radicalization
A new approach in research and preventive design
Nowadays, extremism, radicalization, and polarization are frequent topics of discussion and study as newer patterns become increasingly evident. Quite different forms of far-right extremism are having an impact on the European region and its borders. Far-right violence that emerged in violent football ‘ultra’ groups that in some cases mutated into militias, far-right cultures – across gamer platforms, and jihadist violence that remains a threat – these are only a few examples.
The PARTICIPATION project starts with the assumption that broken a top-down approach in research and preventive design is needed. It aims to capture and explore contemporary experiences of extremism and radicalization and proposes concrete actions, policies, and digital tools that will empower policy actors and practitioners to respond to a changing reality.
The project’s main topics are also violence, conflict and conflict resolution, transformation of societies, democratization, and social movements.
Who is PARTICIPATION for?
- Supporting activities towards prevention of radicalization and strengthening social inclusion with innovative tools and educational programs.
Civil society and youth
Co-creating strategies to contrast and prevent extremism, radicalization and polarization.
Policy makers and governments (local and national)
Activating empowerment processes in order to contrast extremism and radicalization through new preventive measures and increasing social resilience.
Where is the research on extremism and radicalization going? Register now to PARTICIPATION H2020 Workshop
Università Roma Tre presents the first findings of the PARTICIPATION H2020 project in an online workshop which will be held on 24th November 2021.
PARTICIPATION Newsletter #3 | Techniques and Services for Identifying Radicalism and Extremism in Social Media
The Techniques and services for identifying radicalism and extremism in social media report is now available for download on our website.
PARTICIPATION Newsletter #2 | How to design and carry out Social Labs in the context of analyzing and preventing extremism?
Introducing Social Labs on our Newsletter Issue #2