Central Asian Network for Preventing and Countering
Violent Extremism
Последние обновления в Библиотеке
Exploring the capabilities of Prevent in addressing radicalisation in cyberspace within Higher Education (Liam Sandford, Journal for Deradicalization, #19, 2019)

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Measuring Up: Monitoring and Evaluating P/CVE Programs (Georgia Holmer; Peter Bauman; Kateira Aryaeinejad, USIP, 2018)

Handbooks and manuals
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Surveying CVE Metrics in Prevention, Disengagement and De-Radicalization Programs (Caitlin Mastroe, Susan Szmania, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, 2016)

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UNODC Guidelines for the Central Asian PVE Network: Design and Management of Programmes to Prevent and Counter Violent Extremism (UNODC, 2019)

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Violent Extremism and Communications (Rafal Zgryziewicz, NATO StratComCoE, 2018)

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ABOUT US

Central Asian Network for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), with the collaboration of the Academy of Law Enforcement Agencies under the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Republic of Kazakhstan, has built a PVE Network for experts in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. The PVE Network applies a "whole of society" and "whole of government" approach, linking government representatives, civil society groups, academia, international experts, and the UNODC to build the region's resilience and cooperation.

The PVE Network for Central Asia functions as a comprehensive framework for parties to share research, evidence, and data to assess and respond to drivers of radicalization, and to understand current approaches and good practices for preventing crimes associated with the radicalization, incitement, and recruitment of individuals for terrorist purposes.