Migration and Home Affairs

CSEP Network

The Civil Society Empowerment Programme (CSEP) database lists organisations interested in campaigning against radicalisation and violent extremism.

Anyone may consult the database to find potential partners for funding opportunities at regional, national, EU or international level. If you intend to submit a proposal in response to the CSEP call for proposals, you need to be registered in this network in order to have your proposal considered.

Browsing the database may also inspire you to see how other organisations are engaging in alternative and counter-narrative campaigns.

The list of beneficiaries from the 2017 CSEP call for proposals are published here

617 organisations found
Country:
Germany
Type of organisation:
Civil society organisation, Independent practitioner, Academia/researchers
Area of expertise:
Youngsters 12-18, Young adults 18-25, Communities, Social work, Education sector
Country:
Germany
Type of organisation:
Civil society organisation
Area of expertise:
Youngsters 12-18, Youth work, Right wing extremism, Religious inspired extremism, Prevention of radicalisation
Country:
Spain
Type of organisation:
Academia/researchers
Area of expertise:
Strategic communication, Polarisation, Inclusion and social cohesion, Hate speech and hate crime, Media and digital literacy
Country:
Estonia
Type of organisation:
Civil society organisation
Area of expertise:
Young adults 18-25, Adults, Inclusion and social cohesion, Discrimination and xenophobia, Hate speech and hate crime
Country:
Denmark
Type of organisation:
Civil society organisation, Independent practitioner, International Organisation
Area of expertise:
Families, Communities, Social work, Victims of terrorism, Prevention of radicalisation
Country:
Slovakia
Type of organisation:
Civil society organisation, Voluntary organisation
Area of expertise:
Young adults 18-25, Social work
Country:
Sweden
Type of organisation:
Civil society organisation, Voluntary organisation, Creative agency
Area of expertise:
Young adults 18-25, Youth work, Inclusion and social cohesion

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