Strengthening approaches for the prevention of youth radicalisation in prison and probation settings
Sereny is a 2-year project co-funded by the European Union’s Justice Programme
The interdisciplinary research team from Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Spain and Albania will develop tools, guidelines and recommendations to underpin the effective implementation of youth radicalisation prevention practices respectful of young inmates’ human rights, in line with international and EU standards.
Objectives of the project
European online survey: What is being done in your country to prevent radicalisation among young offenders?
Join the Sereny European survey to let us know your experience with youth radicalisation in prison. Eligible respondents include prison and probation staff, judicial staff, legal practitioners, social workers, governmental officials in the justice field, researchers and experts in Criminal Justice and/or P/CVE. This survey is anonymous and is available in 7 languages: Albanian, English, French, German, Italian, Slovenian, and Spanish.
Explore resources from Sereny project and external sources to gain insights into policy recommendations, research findings and best practices in the field of youth radicalization prevention practices.
Sereny is implemented by a Consortium of 7 transdisciplinary Partners from Albania, Austria, Italy, Slovenia and Spain.
The active support of national and European organisations will contribute to effectively building a community of practice for the enhancement of a human rights-centered approach to youth radicalisation prevention in prison
Sereny aims to connect European projects and other relevant initiatives for knowledge sharing and networking in the field of radicalisation prevention programs