The MIRAD project has been featured in the JUSTICE TRENDS magazine’s 9th edition!
This article focuses on the often-neglected role of criminal justice professionals in preventing radicalisation during pre-trial detention. In fact, pre-trial is the first phase where the process of rehabilitation is deemed to start according to the European Commission’s Radicalisation Awareness Network Rehabilitation Manual. As no criminal offence has yet been proved, practices such as avoiding labelling and ensuring a non-stigmatised approach (among others) are stressed.
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