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Specialist Centre for the Prevention of Radicalisation

The Center for the Prevention of Radicalization supports and encourages professionals in law enforcement and criminal justice to recognize radicalization at an early stage. It focuses on phenomena of right-wing extremism as well as radicalization based on religion or ethnoreligion, such as Islamism or violent Salafism. The aim is to initiate and support (secondary) preventive measures. The aim is to combine measures inside and outside the prison system: Processes of distancing and/or acquiring values in the sense of the Basic Law and human rights that are initiated in prison should not break off, but should be further supported and promoted in the resocialization process. The project work supports successful and relapse-preventing resocialization as a goal and task of all actors in the criminal justice system, also with regard to the prevention of extremism.

The center's services are aimed at professionals working in the field of independent criminal assistance and the social services of the justice system, as well as at employees of correctional facilities in the state of Saxony-Anhalt. The following services are available free of charge through FRaP:

Specialized offices in the specialized center

FRaP is a joint project under the auspices of Miteinander e.V. and is divided into three specialist areas:

Miteinander e.V. is responsible for the management of the project and the overall administration. The association is the point of contact for inquiries, which are distributed from here to the specialized offices of the network partners. Miteinander e.V. is also responsible for the planning and content development of central, cross-phenomenon support and qualification formats for the main target group.

Further information can be found on the project homepage.


FRaP in Correctional & Offender Services Saxony-Anhalt
Miteinander e. V. - Regional Center South
Landsberger Street 1
06112 Halle (Saale)


Tel.: (0345) 2266450
Fax: (0345) 2267101

FRaP is funded by the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth as part of the federal program "Democracy Live!" and with funds from the Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs, Health and Equality of the State of Saxony-Anhalt.

Sponsored by the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth