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Macro approaches to the study of radicalisation and violent extremism in MENA and the Balkans
22 December 2021
Macro approaches to the study of radicalisation and violent extremism in MENA and the Balkans
Macro approaches to the study of radicalisation and violent extremism: a view from the Balkan region
22 December 2021
An overview of the regional dynamics and patterns of radicalisation and violent extremism (VE) in four Balkan states: Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, and North Macedonia.
Bosnia and Herzegovina - Macro-drivers of radicalisation and violent extremism
07 September 2021
Mapping the drivers of radicalisation in the light of state dynamics in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Kosovo - Macro-drivers of radicalisation and violent extremism
07 September 2021
Mapping the drivers of radicalisation in the light of state dynamics in Kosovo.
North Macedonia - Macro-drivers of radicalisation and violent extremism
07 September 2021
The relationship between state policies and institutions involved in countering radicalisation and violent extremism and the drivers of the phenomena in North Macedonia.
Bulgaria - Macro-drivers of radicalisation and violent extremism
07 September 2021
Mapping drivers of radicalisation in the light of state dynamics in Bulgaria
Drivers of radicalisation and violent extremism in the light of state dynamics in MENA and the Balkans
30 July 2021
Country Papers on Macro-Level Drivers (D4.1)
Perspectives on radicalisation and violent extremism in MENA, the Balkans and the European Union
31 March 2021
Perspectives on radicalisation and violent extremism in MENA, the Balkans and the European Union (D3.3)
Balkans: Regional Perspectives on Radicalisation and Violent Extremism
30 March 2021
Understanding the phenomena of radicalisation and violent extremism through a comparative perspective in four Balkan countries (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Kosovo and North Macedonia)
Researching Radicalisation and Violent Extremism in Times of Covid-19
19 February 2021
External actors, experts, community-led practitioners and policy-makers discussed main concerns regarding the gaps in researching radicalisation and violent extremism in times of COVID-19.