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The Art of Seing Promise over Risk : Perspective from the European Practice EXchange (EPEX)

January 1, 2019

The European Practice EXchange (EPEX) is a small international network of organisations and individual members working in the fields of primary, secondary and tertiary prevention of radicalisation and exit work both within and outside of prison. It aspired to take up the challenge of amplifying, strengthening and connecting practitioners' voices. This publication is the outcome of an intense three-year exchange, as a reply to the following questions: "How can we create a peer-to-peer network for those working in the prevention of radicalisation that offers a space to their (shared) topics and interests? What if, based on this, practitioners wrote a book together?". The document is written as much for other practitioners as it was for those who are curious to hear the voices of professionals with first-hand expertise.

Education; Minorities, Social Inclusion, Multiculturalism; Religion

Supporting Families Confronted with Violent Radicalisation : Record of the Three Seminar Meetings : September 2015 - January 2016

March 1, 2016

From September 2015 to January 2016, the King Baudouin Foundation organised a series of three seminars with the aim of reaching a better understanding of this phenomenon. Emphasis was placed on the support to be given to families of radicalised young people. These seminars dealt with the three main stages of the violent radicalisation process: the first on detecting the first signs of radicalisation, the second on providing assistance to the families once their loved one has left, and the final one on the sensitive question of that person's homecoming. This publication presents a compiled report on these discussion meetings focusing on views exchanged between decision-makers, local authority representatives, parents of radicalised young men and women, police forces, representatives of the NGO voluntary sector and teachers. It is hoped that this work will help build up expertise on a subject about which knowledge is still too patchy in Belgium.

Children and Youth; Parenting and Families; Religion

Islamic Philanthropy and Wellbeing

November 1, 2011

This paper examines the contemporary role of Islamic philanthropy in promoting human wellbeing.

Foundation Sector, History and Analysis; Philanthropy, Theory, Philosophy and History; Religion

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