Countering Radicalisation in Southeast and Central Europe through Development of (Counter-) Radicalisation Monitoring Tool (MONITOR)
Countering Radicalisation in Southeast and Central Europe through Development of (Counter-) Radicalisation Monitoring Tool (MONITOR)
Download
Download this document

Countering Radicalisation in Southeast and Central Europe through Development of (Counter-) Radicalisation Monitoring Tool (MONITOR)

2014 - 2016


Principal investigator: Miloš Balabán


Funded by the European Commission and coordinated by Center for the Study of Democracy (Bulgaria), the project aims to assess and transfer de-radicalisation experience from the NL, the UK and other EU Member States in order to design, establish and promote radicalisation-monitoring tools in BG, the CZ and EL. Those tools will be aimed at monitoring radicalisation and recruitment that might potentially lead to acts of extremism and terrorism. Through this action the project will increase the capacity of law-enforcement, local level authorities and civil society to prevent and counter radicalisation leading to terrorism amongst risk groups in BG, CZ and EL. In the long run, the proposed monitoring tools will serve as an analytic blueprint for the design and establishment of adequate radicalisation prevention policies and programmes in the three selected countries.






Countering Radicalisation in Southeast and Central Europe through Development of (Counter-) Radicalisation Monitoring Tool (MONITOR)

Countering Radicalisation in Southeast and Central Europe through Development of (Counter-) Radicalisation Monitoring Tool (MONITOR)

2014 - 2016


Principal investigator: Miloš Balabán


Funded by the European Commission and coordinated by Center for the Study of Democracy (Bulgaria), the project aims to assess and transfer de-radicalisation experience from the NL, the UK and other EU Member States in order to design, establish and promote radicalisation-monitoring tools in BG, the CZ and EL. Those tools will be aimed at monitoring radicalisation and recruitment that might potentially lead to acts of extremism and terrorism. Through this action the project will increase the capacity of law-enforcement, local level authorities and civil society to prevent and counter radicalisation leading to terrorism amongst risk groups in BG, CZ and EL. In the long run, the proposed monitoring tools will serve as an analytic blueprint for the design and establishment of adequate radicalisation prevention policies and programmes in the three selected countries.