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ANTWERP APPROACH ON RADICALISATION

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Sofie Scholliers

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ANTWERP APPROACH ON RADICALISATION

Inducement
Sofie Scholliers
projectmanager radicalisation - group focused approach
City of Antwerp

Context
Antwerp has 518.368 citizens
175 different nationalities
46,9% have foreign roots
fast growing numbers of children/youngsters AND elderly!
Challenges !
riots in sept 2012

235 arrests
102 known by police
24 connected to Sharia4Belgium

175 were interviewed
hardcore , opportunists, casual passer-by






Facts & figures
130 declarations :
2/3 of age
50 in Syria
18 deceased
13 returnees
7 intercepted
44 active files:
18 minors
26 of age
Dual policy

Individual approach
Group focused approach
1. Individual approach
special support & counseling for yougsters in the proces of radicalisation
restore connections to society, family, friends, school, ...
2. Group focused approach
providing information & support for associations, institutions, schools
dealing with/defensibility toward tendencies of radicalisation

Principles of our approach:
maximum use of regular, existing aid
voluntary accession
transparancy
multidisciplinary approach
awareness of their role & responsibility
1/ support for
SCHOOLS
information, support, matching with specific training or coaching



2/ reach out to
COMMUNITIES
build relationships with
mosques
grassrootmovements
sports clubs
partnerships are crucial
Questions?
sofie.scholliers@stad.antwerpen.be
We do
casemanagement
we refer to specialized aid
- intensive individual and family supervision
- individual psychological support for parents who lost their child(ren)
- group counseling for parents with children
in the proces of radicalisation/that traveled/ that are deceased
1/ intervision : 10 - 12 schools attending regularly
2/ demand driven intervention & support, matching with suitable training
3/ seminars & trainings for teachers & frontline workers
1/ sounding board: group of 11 representatives of muslim-associations
2/ mosque-tour: visits with chairman, board & imam
3/ informationsessions for associations, grassrootmovements, sportsclubs, etc
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