Harald Weilnböck (Ph.D) works both as practitioner and as researcher of good practice methods in prevention and rehabilitation in school and prison settings, focusing on right-wing extremism. He studied and worked in the US, France, Switzerland and Germany and received his Ph.D. at UCLA (Los Angeles) and his professorial degree in Leipzig. Harald also completed training in group dynamic psychotherapy. In 2005 he co-founded the NGO Cultures Interactive which, today, is part of the national PVE program. Since 2010 Harald has helped building up the EU’s ‘Radicalisation Awareness Network’ (RAN) and conducted numerous EU and national projects – currently, inter alia, the “Exit Europe” and the “CEE Prevent Net” project on “Preventing Intolerance and Group Hatred in Central and Eastern Europe”.