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Match. Exchange. Develop. Youth Work against violent radicalisation and extremism - partner building activity.

28.09.20 bis 02.10.20
Partner-/Kontaktbörse, europäisch
Bonn, Deutschland


This PBA “Match. Exchange. Develop. Youth Work against violent radicalisation and extremism - partner building activity “has been designed in the context of the work done by the SALTO EuroMed, SALTO EECA, SALTO SEE, SALTO INCLUSION and DIVERSITY, the National Agencies of Erasmus+ Youth in Action of France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, the United Kingdom, and the partnership between the Council of Europe and the European Commission in the field of youth.

Motivated by the increasing radicalisation of young people and the use of violence, hate speech, hate crimes, xenophobia, propaganda, attacks on migrants, political and religious extremism and terrorist attacks, the cooperation project “Youth Work against violent radicalisation and extremism” aimed and aims at different activities to discuss the underlying causes and factors leading towards the adoption of a radical ideology and use of violent means. Young people are open to various types of radicalisation: right wing extremism, left-wing extremism, political-religious extremist violence and single-issue extremist violence. Radicalisation leading to violence is a process whereby people adopt an extremist belief system – including the intent to use, encourage or facilitate violence – in order to promote an ideology, a political project or a cause as a means of social transformation. This implies that there are various factors and opportunities for radicalisation, but also potential for youth work to intervene in order to build resilience of young people and empower them to face the challenges.

The aim of the event is to encourage and support projects focusing on the role of youth work in promoting community resilience in the framework of Erasmus+ Youth in Action and the European Solidarity Corps programme.




JUGEND für Europa (National Agency)