Violent extremism is having a devastating impact on the lives and livelihoods of populations across the continent, particularly towards the most vulnerable, including youth, women and children. Violent extremism is raising currently in Europe, where fanatic movements spreading racist, islamophobia, xenophobia, and extreme-right ideologies are gaining momentum and institutional representation, while radical Islamism is rising as well. In front of the new growth of groups prompting hatred, intolerance and violence, security-based only measures will not be effective. Focusing on European policies supporting the prevention of radicalisation, the action equips first-line practitioners to manage polarisation and radicalisation, reinforces resilience processes of communities at risk, shares with public institutions Policy Frameworks to manage polarisation and increases awareness among EU society on existing good practices to mitigate polarisation.