Policy Recommendations [Recurso electrónico]

By: Comisión Europea . RANContributor(s): Comisión Europea . RANMaterial type: TextTextSeries: RAN CollectionPublication details: RAN Marzo 2018Description: 13 p. Recurso online 927 KBSubject(s): Unión Europea | Terrorismo -- Prevención | Terrorismo -- Movimientos extremistas | RadicalizaciónOnline resources: Click here to access online
Item type: Monografías
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Young people constitute by far the highest percentage of
individuals joining violent extremist groups. Young
people were previously considered merely as the source
of the radicalisation problem, but now we realise they are
also an underexplored resource in the fight against
extremism. According to the United Nations’ Action Plan
to Prevent Violent Extremism of 2015, young people are
invaluable partners in the struggle against violent
extremism. 'It is time to stop thinking of youth as a
problem to be solved, and start thinking of youth as the
problem solvers', underlined US Under Secretary for
Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights, Sarah
Sewall, in her closing remarks at the Global Youth CVE
Summit in 2015

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