Harald Weilnböck (Ph.D; habil.) is a social researcher and trained psychotherapist. He works as practitioner and project designer in the field of prevention/ deradicalisation since 2007 and has contributed to building the Radicalisation Awareness Network.
How prevention of right-wing extremism in Europe goes wrong
Why is inter-agency cooperation between government and civil society failing in Europe’s policy making, for the...
The EU’s “Islamism” bias and its “added damage” in Central and Eastern Europe
On the absurdity of a Western European extremism prevention program which indirectly strengthens right-wing...
The industry of preventing extremism – and the Radicalisation Awareness Network
Is the prevention industry part of the problem rather than of the solution?
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Rehabilitating perpetrators of violent extremism and hate crime: the importance of gender-based approaches and the limits of online interventions
Counter-messaging and counter-arguing is invaluable for the resilience of our societies, but often does not have the...