RADIS - Transfer Project Social Causes and Effects of Radical Islam in Germany and Europe

The RADIS transfer project aims to support and accom­pany all re­search projects of the funding announcement “Societal Causes and Effects of Radical Islam in Germany and Europe”. As the research projects cover a variety of sub­jects, disciplines, and knowledge transfer possibi­lities, RADIS creates com­munication channels and oppor­tunities among the research projects and with decision makers in par­liaments, ad­ministrations, civil society, security authorities, and the media. Platforms for exchange and for­mats for dialogical know­ledge transfer are essential if innovative basic research, applied research and practical expertise from civil society, politics and the security autho­rities are to be effectively integ­rated and inter­linked. The formats and structures bundled serve a threefold goal:

  1. RADIS wishes to inter­link the re­search projects of the funding announ­cement in a way that generates synergies, develops exciting impulses, and combines expertise across the projects. In other words, RADIS aims to produce an added value for the individual projects through ex­change and support along their needs.
  2. RADIS seeks to support the re­search projects in their continuous transfer of know­ledge by providing access to different formats, plat­forms and actors.
  3. RADIS provides access to the re­search field outlined in this announ­cement, as well as to its results. Thereby, RADIS seeks to provide visibility, as well as va­luable content trough presenting bundled activities in (partly web-based) formats. In this way, RADIS wants to enable a dialogue with decision-makers in politics, ad­ministration, security and professional practice.

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To the podcast “RADIS redet” (in German)

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Schule & Prävention: Co-Radikalisierung verhindern | 2024

RADIS (2024): Schule & Prävention: Co-Radikalisierung verhindern, RADIS redet, 11.6.2024.

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Jugend in der Krise – Überforderung, Bewältigung und Radikalisierungspotenziale | 2024

Hoffmann, Hannah / Hesch, Kim / Niendorf, Johanna / Celik, Kazim / Hess, Fabian (2024): Jugend in der Krise – Überforderung, Bewältigung und Radikalisierungspotenziale, PRIF Blog, 21.5.2024.

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Forschung ohne Praxis?! Ein Überblick aktueller Entwicklungen und ein „Was wäre, wenn?“-Gedankenspiel | 2024

Wiegold, Lars (2024): Forschung ohne Praxis?! Ein Überblick aktueller Entwicklungen und ein „Was wäre, wenn?“-Gedankenspiel, PRIF BLOG, 29.2.2024.

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Der islamisierte Antisemitismus: Aufgebauschtes Schreckgespenst oder bagatellisiertes Ressentiment? | 2024

Öztürk, Cemal / Pickel, Gert / Pickel, Susanne (2024): Der islamisierte Antisemitismus: Aufgebauschtes Schreckgespenst oder bagatellisiertes Ressentiment?, PRIF BLOG, 13.2.2024.

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How can research on topics surrounding radicalization, extremism, and terrorism be safe and socially sustainable? | 2024

Ahmed, Reem / Klöckner, Mona / Sold, Manjana (2024): How can research on topics surrounding radicalization, extremism, and terrorism be safe and socially sustainable?, PRIF BLOG, 8.2.2024.

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Nahostkonflikt: Polarisierter Diskurs zwischen Antisemitismus und Muslimfeindlichkeit | 2024

RADIS (2024): Nahostkonflikt: Polarisierter Diskurs zwischen Antisemitismus und Muslimfeindlichkeit, RADIS redet, 30.1.2024.

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Die Schlüsselrolle der Schulen in der Prävention von islamistischer Radikalisierung | 2023

Kart, Mehmet / von Lautz, Yannick / Bösing, Eike / Stein, Margit (2023): Die Schlüsselrolle der Schulen in der Prävention von islamistischer Radikalisierung, PRIF Blog, 19.12.2023.

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Antimuslimischer Einstellungsrassismus als Faktor rechter Radikalisierung | 2023

Pickel, Gert (2023): Antimuslimischer Einstellungsrassismus als Faktor rechter Radikalisierung, PRIF Blog, 14.12.2023.

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Umstrittene Begriffe pragmatisch definieren: Beispiel „Islamismus“ | 2023

Kahl, Martin (2023): Umstrittene Begriffe pragmatisch definieren: Beispiel „Islamismus“, PRIF Blog, 5.12.2023.

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Partners

Institute for Interdisciplinary Conflict and Violence Research (IKG)
Institute for Interdisciplinary Conflict and Violence Research (IKG)
http://www.uni-bielefeld.de/ikg/
Violence Prevention Network e.V.
Violence Prevention Network e.V.
www.violence-prevention-network.de/en/

Donors

Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
www.bmbf.de/en