This project strives to improve the transition process between prison and/or probation systems and the community for those at risk of radicalisation or who have been radicalised. It attempts to achieve this outcome by promoting a holistic radicalisation prevention initiative, focusing on offenders’ skills development as well as on the capacity building of frontline staff and organisations. The project foresees the direct participation of 850 people, including practitioners, academic researchers, mentors, and trainees.
- University of Toulouse Jean Jaurès, France
- IPS_Innovative Prison Systems, Portugal
- University of Brescia, Italy
- CSD – Center for the Study of Democracy, Bulgaria
- KEMEA – Center for Security Studies, Greece
- ICPA – The International Corrections and Prisons Association, The Netherlands
Go to the INTEGRA website for more information on this project.