The Royal Institute for International Relations is an independent think-tank funded largely by the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, that produces scientific and practical knowledge on major international policy issues.
This research unit examines the pedagogical and educational measures implemented to prevent or counter violent extremism. It assesses the cognitive, educational, psychosocial impact of counter-discourses and prevention programs.
CNRS Research Laboratory, France, brings together social scientists to study the evolution of individuals’ religious and convictional attitudes and the evolution of Church-State relations in the world and secularist regimes.
This research group is engaged in several projects and activities with a focus on early prevention, democratic dialogue and inclusive citizenship education.
The main objective of the Centre is to bring together academics, the public, volunteer and non-governmental organizations, as well as to encourage expertise in the analysis of security issues in the Sumy region.
DiverCity is a Belgian academic spin-off that is closely associated with l’Université Libre de Bruxelles’ (ULB) Group for Research on Ethnic Relations, Migration & Equality. It offers consulting, training and research action services concerning diversity, immigration and the integration of Islam in Europe.
This Centre’s goal is to stimulate and strengthen Yaşar University’s involvement in EU education and research programs, and monitors the developments in this field.
Through a network of public and private partnerships, The Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) fights extremism and polarization through the promotion of civic culture in terms of freedom, openness and respect for the rights of others.
“L’Institut national des hautes études de la sécurité et de la justice” (INHESJ) is a French public administrative institution, studying public policies in the field of security and justice, intelligence and economic security, or risk and crisis management.