• EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • 1. INTRODUCTION
  • 2. METHODOLOGY
  • 3. LITERATURE REVIEW
  • 3.1 Context of the study
  • 3.2 Understanding civil society
  • 3.3 Civil society and public policy
  • 3.4 Development of civil society and social capital
  • 3.5 Arts, culture and civil society
  • 3.6 Terrorism and civil society
  • 3.7 ‘Uncivil society’
  • 3.8 Civil society and Social Movements Theory
  • 3.9 Role of civil society in counter radicalisation
  • 3.10 Best Practice Framework
  • 4. COOPERATION AND COUNTERING RADICALISATION ACROSS EUROPE
  • 4.1 National themes
  • 4.2 Civil society
  • 4.3 Responses to violent radicalisation
  • 5. PRINCIPLES OF GOOD PRACTICE
  • 6. ENGAGEMENT WITH CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS
  • 6.1 Emerging Themes
  • 7. EXAMPLES OF GOOD PRACTICE
  • 7.1 Belgium
  • 7.2 Denmark
  • 7.3 France
  • 7.4 Germany
  • 7.5 Hungary
  • 7.6 The Netherlands
  • 7.7 Spain
  • 7.8 Sweden
  • 7.9 United Kingdom
  • 7.10 International
  • 8. CONCLUSIONS
  • 8.1 The value of co-operation between authorities and Muslim civil society
  • 8.2 Priority areas for engagement
  • 8.3 Principles of engagement
  • 8.4 Development Needs of CSOs
  • 8.5 Development Needs of Public Authorities
  • 9. RECOMMENDATIONS
  • 9.1 General recommendations
  • 9.2 Recommendations for developing effective co-operation with civil society
  • Appendix A: Bibliography
  • Appendix B: Researchers