Identifying priorities for addressing jihadist radicalisation in and around Europe

On 16th February, the European Foundation for Democracy and the European Policy Centre, in cooperation with the Counter-Extremism Project, hosted a workshop aimed at identifying policy-makers’ priorities for addressing jihadist radicalisation in and around Europe.

The discussion was conducted under the Chatham House Rule, and built upon the results of a questionnaire previously distributed among the participants, addressing both content issues and effective formats for targeted policy advice.

About European Foundation for Democracy

The European Foundation for Democracy (EFD) is a Brussels and Berlin-based policy institute that has been working with civil society, academic, governmental and other stakeholders on the prevention of radicalisation for more than a decade. Through our work with these organisations and groups, EFD’s goal is to ensure that the universal values of the Enlightenment – political pluralism, respect for individual rights, government by democracy – remain the founding precepts of European security and prosperity.

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