The European Institute of Peace is an independent partner to the European Union and Europe, augmenting its global peace agenda through mediation and dialogue.
Molenbeek and Violent Radicalization: ‘A Social Mapping'
This report summarises the findings of a nine-month long investigation by the European Institute of Peace (EIP) into the social structures and the root causes of violent radicalisation within two districts of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean (‘Molenbeek’) in Brussels. The EIP has worked independently, but in close contact with the Molenbeek municipality and local actors, to analyse the factors shaping…
The overall aim of the Europe programme is to reduce polarisation and mitigate the risk of extremism in European societies in two ways:
The European Institute of Peace serves as a mediator and dialogue convenor, bringing together parties that find it difficult to engage with each other without third-party assistance. This also involves capacity-building to inform official responses…