Many western governments develop efforts and initiatives, support programs to respond radicalisation which is commonly referred as Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) or simply prevention. The literature on CVE has grown rapidly in many fields and disciplines, from psychiatry to criminology. Each discipline with its specific framework and perspectives has its own approach through which prevention and de radicalisation measures are addressed. For example, in social care, the focus is given to community engagement, while in psychology the individual micro level is prioritised. Hence, the variety approaches between disciplines and fields limit to find a coherent, shared policy on prevention and de radicalisation. Get a special insight into our last Webinar "From Online to Offline Community - Youth Engagement and Resilience to Extremism" by watching the intervention of Mimar Ramis and Bharath Ganesh here.