This brief provides an overview of the Sixth International CVE Research Conference 2019 and presents the resulting recommendations for P/CVE policymakers, practitioners, and researchers. It summarizes key takeaways and recommendations that speakers made during presentations, discussions, and debates that took place throughout the separate sessions of the three-day Conference.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
Hedayah, Deakin University’s Alfred Deakin Institute, AVERT (Addressing Violent Extremism and Radicalisation to Terrorism) Research Network, Deakin University’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences, and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) co-organized the Sixth International CVE Research Conference 2019 in Melbourne, Australia from the 8th to 10th of October 2019. Additionally, the Spanish Government, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey, the European Union (EU) Commission, and the Victoria State Government sponsored the Conference.
Moreover, the strategic partners for 2019 include Afrobarometer, Albany Associates, Conflict Management Consulting (CMC), DAI, Facebook, the Global Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF), the George Washington University Program on Extremism, M&C Saatchi, Macquarie University, Monash University, Moonshot CVE, Multicultural New South Wales (NSW), RESOLVE Network, the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), SCCV Project, The Stabilisation Network (TSN), the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, the Canadian Network for Terrorism, Security & Society (TSAS), and Victoria University.
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