Between October 26-27, the Georgian Institute of Politics hosted the consortium meeting of DeRadicalisation in Europe and Beyond: Detect, Resolve, Reintegrate (D.Rad) – a comparative study of radicalisation and polarisation in Europe and beyond. The project spans national contexts and involves 17 partner countries in Europe and the Middle East. It bridges academic disciplines ranging from political science and cultural studies to social psychology and artificial intelligence. The two-day conference included meetings between the Principal Investigators of the project, overviews of the past works as well as planning future activities and strategies.
More details about the project and GIP’s contribution can be found on the following link – https://dradproject.com/?page_id=293