Rooted in current events, the UNESCO-PREV Chair’s research activities encompass a variety of themes related to the prevention of radicalization and involve many actors from different sectors, including schools and universities as well as the public sector. These activities are divided into two main areas: research projects and systematic reviews.


Comprising research professionals, practitioners and students, the UNESCO-PREV Chair team simultaneously works on several projects, some of which are under development while others are in progress. Click Learn more to find out which topics are currently of interest to our experts.


The research team of the Canadian Practitioners Network for Prevention of Radicalization and Extremist Violence (CPN-PREV), a close partner of the UNESCO-PREV Chair, is conducting a series of systematic reviews to synthesize the available empirical data regarding the prevention of violent radicalization leading to violence.