This approach aims to support families vulnerable to violent extremism. Family members are most often the first to detect worrying signs of radicalisation by their relative but often do not know how to deal with the situation.
Families can be key actors in the prevention of radicalisation, can act as important agents of change and can provide enormous support structures for radicalised individuals. Family support can take place at different stages and can be provided at the first signs of growing extremism, while an individual is engaged in extremist activities or when the individual is engaging in a rehabilitation or reintegration program.
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