Welcome to the JD Journal for Deradicalization and the Issue No. 36 - Fall 2023!
Based on the core principles of transparency and independence the JD Journal invites all interested academics, practitioners and policy makers to present their perspectives on the theory and practice of deradicalization work, as well as radicalization processes and new developments in radical and violent milieus or groups; to submit to the journal accounts of evidence-based, empirical scientific research and analyses, conference reports, practical and methodological experiences from field work or policy recommendations; and to use the journal as a forum for debate and commentary. Of course you can also follow us on Facebook or Twitter (@JD_JournalDerad).
And now please enjoy the new JD issue!
The JD Editorial Team.