RAN issue and policy papers for 2019


RAN issue and policy papers for 2019

The RAN papers consolidate RAN’s expertise and knowledge on radicalisation and violent extremism into an accessible format, providing up-to-date infor...

Another edition of the ARMOUR Newsletter: subscribe and be the first to know


Another edition of the ARMOUR Newsletter: subscribe and be the first to know

The sixth edition of the ARMOUR covers the November - December 2019 period referencing all project activities taken place in the last two months. Focu...

Mapping challenges

ARMOUR seeks to identify the challenges and needs of first-line practitioners working with children and youth in the area of countering violent extremist idea and behaviour.

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Experimental Labs

ARMOUR aims at designing, pre-testing and implementing a set of experimental labs based on cognitive-behavioural techniques and the learning by doing teaching method.

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TTT Programme

Our training programme will empower first-line practitioners and civil society to better address the phenomena of radicalization and polarization among young people and to use the ARMOUR experimental labs in their CVE activities.

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ARMOuR Toolkit

Our Toolkit will promote tools and smart solutions targeting vulnerable groups combining the experimental labs with best practices on working with vulnerable youth.

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