Good Practices

Good Practices

GCTF Abu Dhabi Plan of Action for Education and CVE

This non-binding action plan describes programming and policy draws on multilateral developments and existing body of knowledge on education and CVE, it provides a comprehensive list of examples on how to advance and implement the good practices already outlined in the Abu Dhabi Memorandum. 

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Abu Dhabi Memorandum on Good Practices for Education & CVE

The non-binding good practices document focuses on the ways in which education can be used as a resource and a tool by policymakers, teachers and educators, community-based and other non-governmental organizations (NGO), and families and parents to prevent and counter violent extremism

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Malta Principles for Reintegrating RFTFs

This document lists a set of 22 principles to represent global good practices in reintegration, developed by a variety of subject matter experts from across the globe. 

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Malta Principles for Reintegrating RFTFs [AR]

This document lists a set of 22 principles to represent global good practices in reintegration, developed by a variety of subject matter experts from across the globe. 

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The Role of Families in PCVE: Strategic Recommendations & Programming Options

As part of the new GCTF Initiative to Address the Life Cycle of Radicalization to Violence (Life Cycle Toolkit), the GCTF CVE working groups developed recommendations and programming options focusing on the role of families in PCVE. These recommendations can help broaden, complement and support the leading counterterrorism role of national governments. 

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The Role of Families in PCVE: Strategic Recommendations & Programming Options [AR]

As part of the new GCTF Initiative to Address the Life Cycle of Radicalization to Violence (Life Cycle Toolkit), the GCTF CVE working groups developed recommendations and programming options focusing on the role of families in PCVE. These recommendations can help broaden, complement and support the leading counterterrorism role of national governments. 

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The Role of Families in PCVE: Strategic Recommendations & Programming Options [FR]

As part of the new GCTF Initiative to Address the Life Cycle of Radicalization to Violence (Life Cycle Toolkit), the GCTF CVE working groups developed recommendations and programming options focusing on the role of families in PCVE. These recommendations can help broaden, complement and support the leading counterterrorism role of national governments. 

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Guidelines & Good Practices: Developing National P/CVE Strategies & Action Plans

This document offers guidance for national governments interested in developing or refining a national P/CVE strategy, national action plan on P/CVE, or P/CVE components as part of a wider counter-terrorism (CT) strategy or framework.

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Policy and Program Recommendations: Role of Women in Countering Radicalization & CVE

The document outlines the ideas generated by the discussions of the thematic workshop on the "Role of Women in Countering Radicalization and Violent Extremism" at the Madrid+10 2015 Global Policy Dialogue convened by the Club de Madrid and the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation.

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Engaging Former FTF in Counter-Messaging

The purpose of the Best Practices and Action Plan brief is twofold;1) to provide practitioners and policymakers with strategies and good practices for how to best utilize narratives of former FTFs, with special reference to former DA'ESH fighters and 2) to build on the outcomes and gaps identified by providing an action plan of proposed activities. 

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