Migration and Home Affairs

Families, communities & social care working group (RAN FC&S)

  

Both engagement with and empowerment of communities, families and social care providers, are critical in the prevention of radicalisation leading to violent extremism. Not only can they offer support, but most importantly they can guide practitioners in their difficult job of developing de-radicalisation strategies.

The Social Care sector plays an important role in the prevention of violent extremism. The key challenge for this sector is to interpret signs of radicalisation and help those individuals who might be at risk of being radicalised.

Video

RAN Policy & Practice (Berlin): Engaging with communities

RAN Policy and Practice: Children and extremism

Papers

Following RAN activities and Working Group meetings, an ex-post paper highlights lessons learned, insights and follow-up initiatives.

Contact

RAN FC&S

Working Group leaders:

  • Angela Antonova, Bulgaria
  • Milla Perukangas, Finland

For the Working Groups contact points, please see the contacts page