Soft skills for governing new threats: training methods for LEAs in preventing and countering violent extremism and radicalisation

Barbara Lucini*, Barbara Lucini*

*Autore corrispondente per questo lavoro

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Abstract

This paper aims to focus on the need to include new skills as soft skills that are useful for Law Enforcement Agencies in prevention and countering multiple forms of violent extremism. The change in the scenario of international threats that has been going on for some years now, makes soft skills an indispensable tool to manage increasingly complex social phenomena such as those of radicalization and extremism expressed in a more or less violent way. Soft skills are then defined within the broader context of life – long learning education or lifelong learning, which therefore considers these skills to be acquired and improved continuously over the course of their personal and professional lives. The added value of this proposal lies in wanting to present this approach from a methodological perspective, thus emphasizing the concrete methodological application that the Lea – Law Enforcement Agency – responsible for the management of radicalisation and extremism, can develop by taking advantage from its prevention and contrast activities.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteSicurezza Terrorismo Società Security Terrorism Society
Pagine45-66
Numero di pagine22
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2020

Keywords

  • Leas
  • Soft skills
  • extremism
  • new threats
  • radicalisation

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