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Preventing Violent Extremism: South Africa’s Place in the World

The prevention of violent extremism (PVE) has become a priority for the global community. This policy brief examines the global environment in terms of policy and implementation frameworks, and explores South Africa’s position in this prevention con…

Young Women and Terrorism: A Gendered Approach to Prevention and Countering of Violent Extremism (P/CVE) in Kenya

The involvement of women in violent extremist and terrorist groups is on the rise in Kenya and the Horn of Africa region. Women, as opposed to men, have long been treated majorly as victims of terrorism and violent extremism. Resultantly, women ha…

Katiba Macina and Boko Haram: Including Women to what End?

This report analyses why women are associated with katiba Macina in Mali and Boko Haram in Niger, and their place and role in the recruitment, implantation and operation strategies of these violent extremist groups (VEGs). It is the first of two rep…

iDovers Working for Peace in a COVID-19 World

The African Union’s iDove initiative provides a youth-led platform for peacebuilders in Africa, Asia and Europe. Drawing on the soft power of religion, it aims to foster creative approaches to the prevention of violent extremism. This policy brief e…

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