The INDEED Research Forum was organized on 24 May 2022 at the University Foundation in Brussels. The primary aim of the research forum was to organize a discussion between INDEED consortium partners and invited academic experts on evaluation and evidence-based practice, particularly in the field of P/CVE/De-radicalization. The results of the forum will contribute to the development of a report which reviews the literature surrounding the evidence-based movement and evaluation across academic disciplines.

The research forum brought together 10 invited academic experts from the fields of criminology, counter-terrorism, education, public health and political science with 15 members of the INDEED consortium, representing 10 of its partnering institutions. Invited expert were asked to prepare a 10-minute impulse statement on a set of prepared questions to kick off discussions in forum’s four thematic sessions.

An overview of the key finding is presented in the summary report available HERE.