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Social Affairs Committee has spelled out a series of measures to prevent the radicalisation of children by fighting the root causes.
Approving a report by Sevinj Fataliyeva (Azerbaijan, EC), the committee said prevention was key to stopping young people being drawn to violent extremism, and should begin “at an early age when values and beliefs are formed”.
“Prevention, de-radicalisation and rehabilitation strategies must target the individual in his or her specific context, be comprehensive and based on multi-agency local partnerships,” the parliamentarians said in a draft resolution.
The report is due to be discussed by the Assembly in April.
2016.03.17 / 10:40