Restorative justice & Violent Radicalisation in criminal justice settings: a comparative overview from the UK, Italy, Turkey, Spain, Ireland and Romania

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To cite this ebook: RDaVR (2022) Restorative justice & Violent Radicalisation in criminal justice settings: a comparative overview from the UK, Italy, Turkey, Spain, Ireland and Romania, London: RJ4All Publications, ISBN: 9781911634621

Author: RDaVR Partnership

Editor: Dr Theo Gavrielides

Description

The partnership of the project focuses on the question of the radicalization of young adults in sectarian or political groups which is an issue that researchers in the fields of humanities and social sciences have dealt with for many years. Several researchers from the fields of information, education, science, and sociology approach the digital social networks and, in the broader sense, the digital universe (games, media, videos, blogs, forums) in their growing role in the increasing danger for young adults who are exposed to the will of recruitment and indoctrination.

After the recent events and the voiced citizen mobilization, many researchers ask themselves about their efforts to promote research as a tool for understanding the world, a tool of collective intelligence and social engineering enabling knowledge sharing and interaction between basic and applied research.

Our project working from grass root levels in local communities aims to be a possible answer. We aim to introduce restorative dialogical methods against violence/radicalization as working tools in detention /correction centres for young adult offenders in order to break the circle of violence where they are victims and perpetrators. Our method is to start at grassroots level, and this is why our target group is involved in all the steps of the project. Our general aim is to train the educators
to address young adults in difficult situations that are at risk of radicalisation and to educate and prevent, and more important to work with the local communities.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under the Erasmus+ Programme. This Publication [Communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. 2020-1-UK01-KA204-079115”

 

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