The Youth Empowerment and Innovation Project (YEIP) is pleased to publish its first output through this Bibliography in six different languages. The Bibliography forms part of YEIP’s first step in unravelling and understanding the current state of the art in youth radicalisation and positive approaches in Europe.

The Bibliography aims to offer a comprehensive list of references that were identified and reviewed by the YEIP Research Partners in seven EU member states:
1. The UK: The IARS International
2. Greece: Kentro Merimnas Oikogenieas Paidiou
3. Cyprus: Centre for Advancement of Research and Development in Education
4. Italy: Anziani e non solo
5. Portugal: Inovamais
6. Sweden: Linne Universitetet
7. Romania: Fundatia Schottener Servicii Sociale.

Dr. Theo Gavrielides, YEIP Coordinator said:

“I am passionate about increasing and indeed tapping into existing local knowledge and thus I feel the academic and policy work in the area of radicalisation could benefit from non-English speaking resources. It is also important that local people (practitioners, young people, educators, policy makers, politicians and researchers) are able to access the information that we so passionate generate”.

The Bibliography is accompanied by the e-book “Young, Marginalised but not Radicalised: A Comparative Study of Positive Approaches to Youth Radicalisation” comprising of seven chapters written in the native languages of the researchers (English, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Swedish and Romanian). It also supported by a separate “Comparative and Executive Summary” written in English and presenting the key findings from all participating countries.

The book will be launched in Italy on 22nd January 2018 at the International Conference titled:
Preventing Radicalisation and Social Exclusion from the bottom up: Young People’s Voices Organised by YEIP partner Anziani e non solo

Details of the event can be found here: