As part of the follow-up action plan to the Abu Dhabi Memorandum on Good Practices for Education and Countering Violent Extremism (CVE), we continue our efforts to further understand and strengthen the relationship between education and CVE. There are opportunities to leverage and include both religious and conventional education in CVE strategies and programs to prevent radicalization leading to violent extremism (RLVE) and build resilience among communities most vulnerable to violent extremism.
We take on opportunities to leverage and include both religious and conventional education in CVE strategies. To stay up-to-date with the most recent research in CVE, we regularly engage with world-renowned CVE partners and experts by participating in various activities, including conferences, workshops and trainings.
Furthermore, we aim to expand the CVE and Education Program through tailored capacity building activities for a variety of education practitioners in several regions. We also seek to investigate the most successful approaches in creating an impact on the ground through robust monitoring and evaluation of this program.
Our P/CVE National Action Plans (NAP) Task Force provides pro-bono technical support and capacity building to partner with Governments, drawing on emerging international good practices. This highlights the importance of a holistic and inclusive process, with input from relevant cross-government and civil society actors, to achieve a whole of society approach and an overarching strategic...Read More
Violent extremist organizations disseminate their ideology to radicalize and recruit individuals via various mediums. We implement programs to build the capacities of governments, NGOs, CSOs, and other organizations to counter these messages through strategic communications – both off- and online.Read More
As part of the follow-up action plan to the Abu Dhabi Memorandum on Good Practices for Education and CVE, we continue our efforts to further understand and strengthen the relationship between education and CVE.Read More
In recognition of the multi-faceted solutions to violent extremism, we must approach the threat in a comprehensive manner. To do this, government entities should share the burden of countering violent extremism with community actors.Read More
We prioritize the theme of disengagement, deradicalization and reintegration of individuals who are either in the process of radicalization, or convicted and imprisoned, or released from prison.Read More