Evidence-Based Model for Evaluation
of Radicalisation Prevention and Mitigation

INDEED aims to holistically increase the competencies and skills of P/CVE and exit frontline practitioners and policymakers.


The competencies targeted are designing, implementing, and evaluating initiatives that use a comprehensive and evidence-based approach.


To this end, the project will develop a universal Evidence- Based Evaluation Model for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism and de-radicalisation initiatives. 


The main goal is to allow practitioners and policymakers to gain insights into the most recent ethical and legal evidence-based methods, techniques, and tools.


This information will strengthen their ability to evaluate policies and strategies, complex long-term programmes, short-term actions, and ad-hoc interventions.


Building from the state-of-the-art, the project will use scientific and practical strengths and enhance them with complementary features. 


The ultimate goals are to drive advancements and curb the growing rise of radical views turning to violent behaviour and threatening security across Europe.


Promoted by the Polish Platform for Homeland Security, INDEED involves IPS_Innovative Prison Systems and several project partners.


The consortium includes governmental organisations, police departments, universities, security agencies, NGOs and SMEs specialising in consulting and technology.


The project joins these organisations’ efforts across fifteen countries, namely Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

Horizon 2020

European Union funding

for Research & Innovation