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15-10-2015 - The Prevention of Radicalisation

CULT 20-10-2015 - 16:30

The CULT Committee held a public hearing on 15.10.15. The purpose of the hearing was to debate issues relating to the prevention of radicalisation and the possible approaches to prevent the various forms of radicalisation in the European society.

The specific role of education and intercultural dialogue in paving the way to mutual understanding was also emphasised on this occasion.

Location : Paul-Henri Spaak, room 3C050, European Parliament, Rue Wiertz 60, Brussels, Belgium


    • Mr Benny Christensen - presentation
    • Mr Benny Christensen - summary
    • Mr Thibault de Montbrial
    • Mr Guy Berger
    • Ms Sara Khan