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Title: Counter-radicalisation in the classroom: Insights from eight grassroots projects in Council of Europe member states
Authors: Ragazzi, Francesco 
Walmsley, Josh 
Corporate Authors: Council of Europe (COE) 
Subject Keywords: racism and xenophobia ; intolerance ; anti-discrimination ; tolerance ; stereotype ; prejudice ; hate speech
See Also: anti-Semitism ; Roma and Sinti ; Muslims ; Christians ; persons with disabilities ; sexual orientation ; gender identity ; gender ; civil society ; hate crime ; victims ; victim support ; legal assistance
Key Issues: Diversity education
Issue Date: 9-Feb-2021
Publisher: CoE
Material Type: thematic report
Format: book
Language: English
Country Coverage: CoE region 
URL more information: https://www.coe.int/en/web/campaign-free-to-speak-safe-to-learn/-/new-isbn-publication-counter-radicalisation-in-the-classroom
URL display: https://rm.coe.int/prems-006921-counter-radicalisation-in-the-classroom/1680a149c4
Abstract: This report offers an assessment of the effects of counter-radicalisation policies in the education sector, through the empirical analysis of eight grass-roots projects located in schools across the Council of Europe’s member states (Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Germany, Hungary, Norway and the United Kingdom). It provides a detailed insight into how such policies are experienced in practice. The report covers three main areas: First, it offers an analysis of the legislative and political context that led to the development of counter-radicalisation policies, as well as their contestation. Second, based on qualitative interviews and focus groups with project leaders, students, teachers, educators and school managers, it provides a detailed account of the very heterogeneous types of practice encapsulated by the term “counter-radicalisation”. Finally, it shows that while some practices are in line with principles of human rights education and education for democratic citizenship, others risk undermining fundamental rights and the autonomy of education. The report concludes with some key recommendations to the Council of Europe on how to overcome these challenges.
Physical Description: 88 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/22965
ISBN: 9789287187048
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