The project Toolkit identifies and showcases various practices and activities through which radicalisation of young people can be addressed and prevented. The main purpose is to equip youth with competencies that cultivate independent thought and encourage them to be the agents of positive change. Our approach is theory-driven and accompanied by practical exercises that facilitate communication and artistic expression amongst participants at both local and international level with the aim to promote more peaceful and inclusive society. Moreover, the project also seeks to foster various aspects of young persons’ social, cultural, emotional and intellectual development.
The practices included in this Toolkit offer different perspectives on how various approaches and methods can shape young people’s attitudes, perceptions and behaviours.