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

In The News, 24 September 2018
National Security Studies
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
Senior Research Fellow

Emily is a Senior Research Fellow in the National Security and Resilience programme at RUSI focusing on extremism... 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