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Law enforcement and community cooperation and training approach to prevent radicalisation by ensuring refugees' successful inclusion

The IN2PREV project aims to support successful inclusion and integration of refugees and asylum seekers in Europe while preventing radicalisation. To achieve its goal, the project seeks to enhance law enforcement and non-governmental organisations’ work as a response to refugees and asylum seekers, by guaranteeing their successful participation and integration in society and by promoting an early identification of vulnerability risk factors that potentialize radicalisation.

To foster cooperation and collaboration, IN2PREV aims to:

  • Establish a network of frontline practitioners.
  • Provide training for professionals in the detection and prevention of risk factors for radicalisation.
  • Create a mentorship scheme for successful inclusion of refugees, helping in their inclusion.

The project was founded by the Erasmus+ (European Commission): KA220-ADU – Cooperation partnerships in adult education in 2022 and is expected to end in 2025. The project gathers partners from EU countries, including Moldova, Portugal, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Spain.

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Promoting migrant youth participation in decision-making processes and democratic life.

Migrant and refugee youth face many obstacles at individual and structural levels that hinder their active participation in decision-making processes and narrow their potential for civic engagement. Studies at national and European level amply manifest that migrant and refugee youth have to face:

  • Various legal constraints that deprives them of any form of formal political participation such as the right to vote in national and local elections, right to register to political parties)
  • Lack of tailored education to support the development of skills that will increase their civic participation and their influence over policies that affect their lives
  • Overall discrimination and negative media and political discourses on migrant participation that do not allow the nurturing of an enabling environment for the equal participation of migrant and refugee youth

Addressing the evident barriers and promoting participation is of paramount importance as migrant youth has a pivotal role to play in the social cohesion of future European societies. Young migrants can act as agents for better integration of their parents and for changing attitudes and perceptions towards integration in their localities; at the same time, active participation fuels their confidence and forges empowered and confident adults. More importantly, migrant youth participation is inextricably linked with the quality of democracy of European societies.

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