About the project
helping practitioners to understand what works in tackling violent radicalisation
Funded by the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme, IMPACT Europe aims to fill the gap in knowledge and understanding of what works in tackling violent radicalisation and to help practitioners engaged in counter radicalisation interventions to improve the impact of their activities.
Towards this end, some of the most renowned institutes in the field of radicalisation research from Europe and beyond have joined forces to conduct extensive, multidisciplinary, and practitioner focused research on broadening knowledge about different types of violent radicalisation and the effectiveness of various programmes when it comes to tackling these types of violent radicalisation.
Ultimately, IMPACT Europe will develop an evaluation toolkit to help professionals in the public and voluntary sectors design and implement an evaluation of their counter violent radicalisation programmes and integrate what works in their future programmes.
the key questions
IMPACT Europe is guided by three high level research questions
IMPACT Europe research findings are presented in project deliverables and external publications
find out more about the latest research developments
Welcome to the eighth instalment of the IMPACT Europe news digest. Through this series, the IMPACT Europe team will endeavour to present […]Read More
On 28 June, a number of experts on security, radicalisation and terrorism met in Leiden University’s campus in The Hague […]Read More
On 24 and 25 May 2016, the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) and INTERPOL hosted an […]Read More