“D.Rad – De-radicalization legal and policy framework in a comparative perspective”
D.Rad is a comparative study of radicalisation and polarisation in Europe and beyond. It benefits from an exceptional breadth of geographical, cultural and academic backgrounds. The project spans national contexts including the UK, France, Italy, Germany, Poland, Hungary, Finland, Slovenia, Bosnia, Serbia, Kosovo, Israel, Iraq, Turkey, Georgia, Austria, and several minority nationalisms. This public event will present a number of case studies and comparative papers, in addition to offering an overall discussion of current D.Rad findings.
This event will liaise with the D.Rad lecture that follows at 17.30 >>