(from the WP2 report available on www.yeip.co.uk.uk):

AT EUL LEVEL

1. Creating awareness towards radicalisation and marginalisation: young people need to be provided with opportunities to learn about segregation, marginalisation, radicalisation and the mechanisms that create alienation;
2.Providing education that fosters democracy, non-prejudiced thinking, recognition and acceptance of diversity: promoting activities that facilitate the knowledge of other cultures and different ways of living and thinking, breaking down national barriers; establishing Racism Awareness Campaigns;

3.Fostering youth-led open dialogue practices and spaces, and peer-to-peer educational group activities where young people can explore and solve problems that currently trouble them;

4. Increasing participation of young people in European initiatives and spreading a culture of youth participation and protagonism in the society: the aim is stimulating a positive cycle that increases the attention of the politic and the society toward young people’s problems, and promotes the self-empowerment of youths towards their needs and those of the society;

5. Adopt a multi-agency approach that includes all those who interact with youths directly or indirectly; youth workers, mentors, educators, parents, youth organisations, and community service workers. All should work with the aim of creating opportunities and building on young people’s strengths so as to help them lead more fulfilling lives;

6. Developing prevent tools for teachers and parents: awareness trainings and e-learning tools to help them identify potentially vulnerable young people and know when an intervention may be necessary and how to support them.

7. Investing in young people’s spiritual, personal, academic and career development as protective factors in the face of youth radicalisation and promotig an education that teaching them how to extract the positive and adaptive aspects of their cultural and ethnic characteristics


AT NATIONAL LEVEL

1. Providing relevant information on the radicalisation phenomenon and how to tackle the risks and prevent situations of marginalisation and bullying

2.Promoting activities with young people, designed to enhance their emotional intelligence and critical thinking

3. Improving the curriculum on civic and human right education

4. Investing in young people’s personal empowerment (spiritual, personal, academic and career development) as this is a protective factors in the face of youth radicalisation

5. Fostering youth-led open dialogue practices and developing youth spaces were a tolerance perspective is promoted through respectful listening and dialogue, and young people can express their concerns, frustrations, fears and, more in general, their opinion: giving them space of expression in the society, making them feel an active part of the community, with the aim of making young people feel part of the society and taking responsibility for it

6. Addressing discrimination issues and developing ‘diversity awareness’ prospective in order to create space for the heterogeneity, promoting an approach based on integration, inclusion and socialisation;

7. Adopting a multi-agency approach that includes all those who interact with youth directly or indirectly

8. Interventions to the mass media should also be organised, regarding the correct use of the terms and the manipulative content they promote