The Danish capital is one of the first major cities to present a comprehensive plan to combat radicalization. The Local spoke with the plan's architect, renowned terror expert Magnus Ranstorp, about the need to "stick your hand in the fire" to reach radical youths.

A 13-member expert group fronted by Magnus Ranstorp, a terrorism expert at the Swedish National Defence College, presented a plan this week to combat increasing radicalization in Copenhagen.

The group presented 15 recommendations, including better cooperation between authorities, more coordinated prevention efforts and increased community dialogue in radicalized environments.

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