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A Roadmap to Progress- The State of the Global P/CVE Agenda

In The News, 24 September 2018
Terrorism and Conflict
This report builds on the Prevention Project’s December 2016 report, “Communities First: A Blueprint for Organizing and Sustaining a Global Movement against Violent Extremism,” and is informed by a series of consultations with scores of governmental and non-governmental P/CVE stakeholders over the past 18 months. It takes stock of the progress and challenges in advancing the “whole of society” P/CVE agenda, which picked up considerable political momentum in 2015, and concludes with a series of practical, policy-relevant recommendations for enhancing its impact.

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Emily Winterbotham
Director, Terrorism and Conflict

Emily is Director of the Terrorism and Conflict group and Senior Research Fellow at RUSI focusing on extremism and... read more

Michael Jones
Research Fellow

Michael is a Research Fellow in the National Security and Resilience Team focusing on conflict, terrorism and countering violent... read more