Radicalisation

Fight against terrorism: the role of cities – Opinion by Guilherme Pinto, President of Efus

Opinion by Guilherme Pinto, President of Efus and Mayor of Matosinhos (Portugal), about the role of cities in the fight against terrorism, published on 22 April 2015 on Euractiv. Read here (in French)  

We are European

Guilherme Pinto, President of Efus, reacts to the terrorist attacks that took place in France during the week of 7th January. It is with shock and dismay that we have experienced these attacks in France, resulting in the deaths of … More

The prevention of violent radicalisation must be part of a global prevention strategy

Paris, November 2014 – Many European cities are faced with radical groups who justify violence with an extremist ideology. As shown during the first meeting of Efus’ new project LIAISE, radicalisation may take different forms: extreme-right groups, people who leave … More

New Efus project on violent radicalisation – opportunities for our members to take part

Paris, October 2014 – The European Forum is starting to work on the new project on violent radicalisation, titled LIAISE (Local Institution AgaInSt Extremism), with a kickoff meeting scheduled on 6-7 November, in Paris. The purpose of the project is … More

Local authorities and the fight against radicalisation

The problem of radicalised young people is making headlines in Europe after the recent attack on the Jewish Museum in Brussels and the latest developments in Iraq. It is more than ever a pressing issue for local authorities, who must … More

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