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Youth radicalisation has become a growing issue in Europe and its neighbouring regions. 

Besides the religious forms of extremism, there has been as well a notable increase in hate speech, incidence of hate crimes and attacks on migrants and refugees, propaganda and violent xenophobia, that underline the importance of being aware of all the form that radicalization can take. 

All of these concerns have highlighted the need to work with youth workers, to help them find an efficient and effective way to engage with young people at risk of radicalization

RADart project’s aim is to develop creative and artistic tools for youth workers and using art as a vehicle to improve their competences in order to prevent the risk of radicalization among young people.

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