ARCHumankind announces that it is part of a consortium called PRISM (Preventing Radicalisation from Imperilling Society and Mankind).
By bringing together leading experts from across the academic and political spectrum from different regions of Europe, this consortium seeks to dissect and analyse the varied, multifaceted and evolving meanings of radicalisation that circulate in the academic, political and social spheres and define what sets a radical apart on the basis of EU law. It seeks to understand the relationship between radicalisation, extremism and terrorism, and also the relationship between non-violent radicals, violent radicals, non-violent extremists and violent extremists.
The consortium will seek to understand the causes, processes and consequences of radicalisation.
The consortium will study radicalisation not just among male agents, but also female counterparts; not just Islamic extremists, but also extremists of other religions; not just within a religious context, but also a political context; not just among politically right-wing individuals/groups, but also their politically left-wing counterparts; and not just within diasporic groups that have been in Europe for generations, but also recent refugees.
ARCHumankind and SADF have been mentioned on BBC World News.
Danielle Turkov, consultant for ARCHumankind, reacts via phone from Brussels on the terror attacks that shook the EU capital on March 22, 2016.
She talks about the attacks and ARCHumankind and SADF work for PRISM project (Preventing Radicalisation from Imperilling Security and Mankind).
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