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Nov 19, 2018 / Report/Study
Through this Policy Brief, UNESCO seeks to show, through evidence-based research, that PVE-E works and can contribute to ensuring inclusive and quality education for all. The document also highlights educational activities that are most likely to produce positive results. The aim is to help... more
Mar 27, 2018 / Blog
Why development?   Violent extremism and development are inextricably linked. Violent extremism is a major obstacle in the path of development, so understanding and preventing it becomes a high priority for development actors. What’s more, since the right development policies can help address the... more
Jun 29, 2017 / Report/Study
Introduction    A multidisciplinary group of individuals from various countries, who have long been both protagonists and analysts of the culture of Muslim societies, have engaged in the study of a movement that for the past few years has led a growing number of young people from all around the... more
Apr 18, 2017 / Video
Apr 03, 2017 / Blog
The year 2016 saw a spate of global terrorist attacks in United States, Ivory Coast, Belgium, France, Pakistan, Turkey and Nigeria, which has led to an increased focus on ways to combat terrorism and specifically, the threat of Daesh (Arabic acronym for ISIS, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria).... more
Jan 12, 2017 / Blog
Written evidence submission for the British Council All Party Parliamentary Group – Building Resilience to Radicalisation Inquiry by Giulia Marchesini, Senior Partnership Specialist, Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI), The World Bank.     Violent extremism as a regional public bad... more
Dec 13, 2016 /
In October 2016, two female suicide bombers killed 24 people in northeast Nigeria. In September, Paris police arrested three women for plotting a terrorist attack on behalf of the Islamic State (ISIS). The same month, in Kenya, police killed three women who attacked the main police station in... more
Dec 13, 2016 /
Se pourrait-il que la mentalité des terroristes islamistes ne soit pas liée uniquement à une socialisation professionnelle spécifique, mais également à une tradition occidentale qui se référerait à la raison scientifique?
Oct 12, 2016 /
Le djihadisme en Europe semble avoir constamment une longueur d’avance sur les services de sécurité européens, qui en dépit d’une coopération renforcée demeurent nationaux. Paradoxalement, le terrorisme unifie l’Europe dans le sentiment d’une identité commune entre Européens qui vivent les... more