Friday 24th March
From 1 pm to 4 pm

European Parliament
Rue Wiertz 60, 1047 Bruxelles, Belgium

Final Conference of the RadArt Project

Artistic and innovative methodologies to recognise and prevent violent radicalization of young people

Creative tools, cooperative approaches, guidelines and recommendations

For the past two decades, violent radicalisation has been a rising concern in Europe and beyond. Young people are disproportionately affected by it, both as victims and as perpetrators. During 30 months of works in United Kingdom, Italy, France, Belgium and Poland, the RadArt Project developed innovative,
creative and cooperative approaches and methodologies for youth workers, but also guidelines and recommendations for families, communities and policy makers, in order to recognise and prevent the risk of violent radicalization among young people, giving them stimulus and different opportunities. This
conference is an opportunity to know and discuss all the outputs that RadArt partnership produced about this topic.


Welcome from Mr Philippe Lamberts, EU Belgian Green deputy

Presentation of the partners
What is RadArt Project:

Presentation of the outputs:
EU Manual for Youth Workers
Guidelines for families and community members
Policy Recommendation Paper

Question time