We are pleased to invite you to participate in The DARE H2020 Research-Policy-Practice online event summarizing the international research project “Dialogue about Radicalisation and Equality” (DARE).
The project, led by the University of Manchester, involves 17 partners from 13 countries, including a team of researchers from Collegium Civitas.
The DARE H2020 Research-Policy-Practice online event will be held on 21, 22 and 23/09/2021 via Zoom.
The detailed schedule is available at: https://www.dare-h2020.org/uploads/1/2/1/7/12176018/dare_h2020_research-policy_practice_programme_final.pdf
Event is open to everyone, pre-registration is required (you can register for all days and for each day separately): https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/dare-h2020-university-of-manchester-17904415692
The DARE H2020 final event will be an opportunity for policymakers, practitioners and academics to engage with the research findings from the project and for dialogue between researchers and a wide range of stakeholders on how these findings might help inform new research and policy directions.
Themes for discussion include: the role of (in)equalities and online spaces in driving radicalisation; trajectories of radicalisation and non-radicalisation and preventing and countering radicalisation.
Project website: https://www.dare-h2020.org/
The project is financed by the European Union under the Horizon 2020 programme.