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Empowering Refugees! Prevention of Religious Extremism Through Social and Educational Work With Refugees
Refugees only play a marginal role in Salafist circles; yet, they also figure among those groups targeted by extremist initiatives. This booklet makes suggestions for primary prevention work in the field of civic education and youth work that aims at strengthening refugees against religious extremist ideologies.
Travail de prévention auprès des réfugiés. Suggestions à visée pédagogique pour prévenir la radicalisation
Le nombre de réfugiés attirés par le mouvement salafiste est infime. Néanmoins, les réfugiés font également partie des groupes cibles auxquels s’adressent les groupes extrémistes. Cette brochure donne des suggestions pour le travail de prévention universelle qui commence en amont d’éventuels processus de radicalisation.
Which opportunities can open data offer for anti-discrimination work? How can open data be used in civic education? Which challenges arise when using datasets and which skills are needed to move responsibly in the digital arena? These questions were central to a workshop, which took place in Berlin on 12th October 2017 and was organised by ufuq.de. This booklet documents the outcomes of the day and was produced by ufuq.de in collaboration with Open Knowledge Foundation Germany.
Protest, provocation or propaganda? Guide to preventing Salafist ideologization in schools and youth centres
This guide summarises our longstanding experiences in the field of civic education, prevention, and radicalisation. It draws on various offline and online projects with youths from various religious and ethnic backgrounds and builds upon several years of training and consultancy with teachers, social workers, municipalities, and police officers. The guide informs readers about the growing popularity of Salafist ideology among youths and highlights the various motivations that can lead youngsters to join religious extremist groupsand organisations. With its focus on schools and youth work, it provides concrete examples of how to prevent radicalisation processes and to intervene in religiously motivated conflicts.