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Policy brief on the prevention of violent extremism in TunisiaResearch results on how to foster community resilience from PAVE project

In Tunisia, the PAVE research team looked into interactions between states and religious institutions when it comes to preventing violent extremism, and into mechanism of online and offline radicalisation. Read their policy recommendations.

  • Year2022
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Sažetak politike za Bosnu i HercegovinuSprječavanje i suzbijanje nasilnog ekstremizma kroz otpornost zajednice

U okviru istraživačkog projekta PAVE prikuplja se znanje temeljeno na dokazima, koje se odnosi na trendove u području radikalizacije i nasilnog ekstremizma na Bliskom istoku i u Sjevernoj Africi (MENA), te na Zapadnom Balkanu.

  • Year2022
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Policy brief on the prevention of violent extremism in Bosnia and HerzegovinaResearch results on how to foster community resilience from PAVE project

Read what government institutions and civil society organisations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as international policy makers can do to make local communities more resilient against radicalisation and extremist ideologies.

  • Year2022
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ကြည့်ရှုပါ၊ လုပ်ပါ။မြန်မာနိုင်ငံတွင်ပို့ဆောင်ရွက်ခြင်းမှာ အများအားဖြင့် အလွယ်တကူလည်းဖြစ်ပေသည့် အဆိုပါအဆင့်များသည် ပို့ဆောင်ရွက်ခြင်းတို့၏ လုံခြုံစိတ်ကို အစဉ်အမြဲပေးသည့် နှစ်ဦးရှိ အမှုအခင်းများကို လုပ်ဆောင်နိုင်စေရန်နှင့် လူ့အခွင့်အရေးများကို ထုတ်ပြန်ထားပါသည်။

ဘားဂိုးဖောက်အုပ်ချုပ် နှင့် Fight for Humanity မှ ဂျာမနိုင်နိုင်ရေးဝန်ကြီးကို တပ်ဆောင်းဖြတ်ရန် ဂျာမနိုင်ရေးပါတီက UNSCR 1325 ကို လုံခြုံရေးတပ်ဆောင်းပြီးပါး အဆိုတစ်ခုကို ဖော်ပြထားပြီး၊ မြန်မာနိုင်ငံရဲ့ အမျိုးသား တပ်မတော်နှင့် ကရင်နှီး လူ့အခွင့်အရေးအား လုံခြုံရေးတပ်ဆောင်းရေးအား အခြားသောအချိန်အတွင်း အဆိုတစ်ခုခုကို မှတ်တမ်းတင်ရပြီး၊ မြန်မာနိုင်ငံတွင် ကရင်နှီးနိုင်ငံရှိသောအချိန်များအား သေချာစွာလွတ်လပ်စွာ ကြိုဆိုပါသည်။ သင်

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Zin Mar Phyo, Véronique Dudouet, Ann-Kristin Sjöberg, Tilman Papesch, Katharina Schmitz, Nicolas Sion, Maw Day Myar, Thinzar Linn Htet
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Observe and ActThe role of armed and political movements in the implementation of the Women, Peace and Security agenda in Myanmar

Berghof Foundation and Fight for Humanity, with the support of the German Federal Foreign Office, conducted a participatory research project examining the role that armed and political movements can play to implement UNSCR 1325. The research is based on the experiences of two Ethnic Resistance Organisations (EROs) from Myanmar: the Karenni National Progressive Party (KNPP) and the Karen National Union (KNU). One of the key findings is that the movements do engage with this agenda and have maintained a constant dialogue with women’s organisations in their territories. However, a conservative mindset still exists among parts of the leadership as well the general population. Consequently, measures to protect women in conflict areas are limited and mainly decided on by men, which reduce their effectiveness.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Zin Mar Phyo, Véronique Dudouet, Ann-Kristin Sjöberg, Tilman Papesch, Katharina Schmitz, Nicolas Sion, Maw Day Myar, Thinzar Linn Htet
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PAVE working paper 5:Online and offline (de-)radicalisation in the Balkans

This report zooms in on the factors of community vulnerability and community resilience to religiously inspired and ethno-political radicalisation in the Western Balkans, with a focus on Kosovo and North Macedonia.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Ramadan Ilazi, Ardit Orana, Teuta Avdimetaj, Bledar Feta, Ana Krstinovska, Yorgos Christidis, Ioannis Armakolas
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PAVE working paper 6:Online and offline (de-)radicalisation in the MENA region

Among four case studies implemented in local communities in Lebanon and Tunisia, two communities were identified as resilient against and two as vulnerable towards violent extremism. This report explains the results of these empirical studies that aimed to investigate the nature of community vulnerability and resilience against violent extremism, both in their offline and online manifestations.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Faiza Ayed, Lara Azzam, Zouheir Ben Jannet, Sadok Damak, Maria El Sammak, Samiha Hamdi, Fethi Rekik, Youssef Salloum
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PAVE working paper 4:Interactions between states and religious institutions in the MENA region

The PAVE research project found that political and religious institutions in the MENA region have played an important role in the rise of violent extremism. Research data from five different field studies produced in Lebanon, Iraq and Tunisia on the topic are compiled in this report.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Rudayna Al-Baalbaky, Faiza Ayed, Juline Beaujouan, Zouheir Ben Jannet, Sadok Damak, Hmida Ennaifer, Josep García Coll, Samiha Hamdi, Marie Kortam, Hassan Laaguir, Amjed Rasheed, Fethi Rekik, Javier Ruipérez Canales, Mohammed Sharqawi, Maher Zoghlami
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PAVE working paper 3:Interactions between states and religious institutions in the Balkans

Interactions between states and religious institutions in the Western Balkans are intricate and can have an impact on fuelling or preventing violent extremism. Two countries in the Western Balkans were the focus of the PAVE project’s research for this report: Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Maja Halilovic Pastuovic, Goran Tepšić, Nemanja Džuverović, Sead Turčalo, Jelena Brkić-Šmigoc, Mirza Smajić, Veldin Kadić, Muamer Hirkić, Gillian Wylie
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PAVE working paper 1:Cumulative extremisms in the Balkans

This report summarises the PAVE project’s findings on cumulative extremism in the Western Balkans.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Sead Turčalo, Jelena Brkić-Šmigoc, Mirza Smajić, Veldin Kadić, Muamer Hirkić, Maja Halilovic Pastuovic, Goran Tepšić, Nemanja Džuverović, Gillian Wylie
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