IARS International Institute teamed with the European Commission and Council of Europe Human Rights Education for Legal Professional (HELP) Radicalisation Prevention Project to represent YEIP and discuss the “implementation of de-radicalisation actions”, held in Brussels.
The event will run from 20-21 September 2018, as a result both parties will partake in discussions with aims and hopes to improve the criminal justice response in the EU to prevent radicalisation leading to terrorism and violent extremism. The two-year project will consist of increasing mutual trust of primarily justice practitioners dealing with radicalisation prevention through training, inter-agency and cross-border cooperation and will target legal professional, prison and probation staff as well as law enforcement officers.
The aim of YEIP is to construct and test an innovative policy intervention model founded on principles of restorative justice, positive psychology and the Good Lives Model. YEIP along with 18 partners from seven EU countries, working towards a strategic and systematic intervention that will help enhance social cohesion and prevent violent radicalisation of young people in Europe.
Seminar on Radicalisation Prevention
20-21 September 2018 IGO-IFJ,
Avenue Louise 54, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium