Organizational [Dis]trust: Comparing Disengagement Among Former Left-Wing and Right-Wing Violent Extremists
Domestic Extremism: No One-Size-Fits-All Approach to Disengagement From Extremism Activity or Beliefs, Study Finds
The Changing Threat Landscape of Terrorism and Violent Extremism: Implications for Research and Policy
This panel will provide an overview of the current terrorist threat landscape, how it has changed in the last five to ten years, and strategies to best address this threat at the local and national levels. Emphasis will be placed on how several key events in 2021 have shaped the way we think about research and policy in the fields of radicalization and extremism. Panelists will provide data on fluctuations of the most imminent terrorist threats posed to the U.S.
Towards Understanding Deradicalization in the U.S.: A Formative Evaluation and Evaluability Assessment of Parents for Peace
The Domestic Radicalization and Terrorism program strives to better understand the primary drivers of radicalization and what can be done to prevent or intervene during the radicalization process through programmatic efforts. In FY2019, NIJ will emphasize an interest in evaluations of new and existing demonstration programs to prevent terrorism. NIJ will encourage applicants to submit projects which conduct phased, comparative and multi-site programmatic evaluations, help...
How Radicalization to Violent Extremism Occurs in the United States: What Research Sponsored by the National Institute of Justice Tells Us
Research and Evaluation on Domestic Radicalization to Violent Extremism: Research to Support Exit USA
NIJ seeks proposals for research that will help State, local and tribal criminal justice agencies and their attendant communities to implement programs that prevent or counter all forms of radicalization to violent extremism in the United States. Responses can include explanatory models and hypothesis testing, empirical designs with control groups, thick description, case studies and other scientific contributions to our understanding of domestic radicalization to...