An Overview of the SAFIRE Project: A Scientific Approach to Finding Indicators and Responses to Radicalisation

Jean-Luc Marret, Allard R. Feddes, Liesbeth Mann, Bertjan Doosje, Heather Griffioen-Young

Abstract


The research presented in this article was made possible by a grant from the European Union awarded to the Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique, University of Amsterdam, and TNO (amongst others) for their work on the European FP-7 project SAFIRE (Project Reference: 241744). Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Jean-Luc Marret, Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique, 4 bis, rue des pâtures, 75016 Paris, France (e-mail: jl.marret@frstrategie.org).

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