Youth radicalisation in Europe

Responses will for part of a regional overview that will serve to assess the current situation of radicalisation in the 28 EU Member States, with particular emphasis on radicalisation of children and young adults. Radicalisation is understood here as any form of radical thinking (political, religious, nationalist etc.) leading to violence.
Good practices shared through this form will also be promoted in a Manual disseminated throughout Europe.
Please answer all questions in the questionnaire with as many details as possible.

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* 1. Definitions

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* 2. What are the forms of radicalisation in your country?

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* 3. What is the current status of radicalisation and violent-extremism in your country (size of phenomenon, statistics)?

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* 4. What is the current status of radicalisation and violent-extremism in detention or other closed facilities in your country (size of phenomenon, statistics)?

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* 5. What are the most common profiles of radicalised youngsters in your country?

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* 6. Could you describe national policy and law regulation connected to the radicalisation issue implemented in your country?

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* 7. What kind of national regulation connected to the specific need of prevention of radicalisation in detention is implemented in your country?

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* 8. What kind of trainings for judicial professionals connected to the issue of radicalisation are available in your country (in the area of prevention, sanction, reinsertion, in other areas)?

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* 9. Could you give us the names of national experts and national research about radicalisation available in your country?

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* 10. What kind of prevention of juvenile radicalisation, alternatives to detention and strategies of deradicalisation and reinsertion are implemented in your country?
Give one example of evaluated programme or other measure filling the subquestions below:

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