4th Project Meeting being held in Madrid the 30th and 31st January, 2019. Hosting organisation is JAITEK. Partners are working on development and planning of Induction Training for Parents and Educators.
The Heads-Up project, co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme, presented last 13th June 2019 at Brighton Pier the final conference. The processes of radicalization and testimonies were debated by a motivated and interested public, willing to intervene in the active prevention of radicalization processes and spread the word about how they happen.
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17-18 October 2017 . The partnership lead Creative Exchange launched HEADS-UP project to help at risk young adults from online threats. Creative Exchange UK is to lead HEADS-UP, an EU funded project, that aims to support teachers and front line workers dealing with young adults at risk from online threats and radicalisation. The rise of…
23-24 January 2018: Second meeting of Heads-up project occurs in Rijeka, Croatia. Last week, the HEADS-UP meeting was held in Rijeka and was followed up by the press. In Croatia, a very small number of activities are directed towards the resistance of radicalization and for that reason it is not surprising that the main purpose…
12-13 July 2018 – Krnov Czech Republic The meeting was occured in Krnov. All partners are commited with the main goals of the project an progresses were made to plan the training sessions on 15th to 19th., October.
HEADS-UP TRAINING PROGRAM was held from 19th-21st March 2019, in Virginia, Ireland. During 3 days all partners and trainees shared experiences about radicalization and learnt how to use all the contents – multimedia and handbooks – to help front line educators to prevent, detect and act in youth radicalization situations.