In its function as a knowledge transfer project, RADIS disseminates the key findings of the research projects to a wider audience. The podcast #RADISredet (#RADIStalks) features insights into current research on Islamist radicalisation and prevention strategies. Our video series #InsideRadis traces the current focus of the research projects. Additionally, RADIS publishes articles on Violence Prevention Network's #Interventionen (#Interventions) blog and references media publications and engagements of the individual projects.
Where does RADIS research currently stand? What approaches are being used and what challenges are shaping this work? At #InsideRADIS, the scholars of the twelve projects share their views and give current insights into their research.
What are the experiences of Jews with anti-semitism by Islamist actors?
How do right-wing movements shape the social image of Islam?
How does one successfully distance oneself from Islamist structures?
What factors have shaped the way radical Islam has been dealt with over the last 20 years?
What do student teachers of Islamic theology learn about radicalisation and prevention?
Do threat perceptions and social polarisation lead to a spiral of radicalisation?
Do spaces affect the vulnerability of radicalisation?
Exciting multimedia content is also created within the research projects. For example, the RadiRa project presents insights into the research work on Youtube: