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Countering Violent Extremism Working Group - Plenary Meeting

Countering Violent Extremism Working Group - Plenary Meeting

7-8 November 2016

Tuesday 8 November 2016

Participants discussed the role of families in CVE, identified challenges and needs in developing National Action Plans (NAPs) to prevent violent extremism, discussed the importance of religious education and CVE, and highlighted the need for strategic communications in relation to social media and online extremism.


 

Participants discussed the role of families in CVE, identified challenges and needs in developing National Action Plans (NAPs) to prevent violent extremism, discussed the importance of religious education and CVE, and highlighted the need for strategic communications in relation to social media and online extremism.

 

Participants discussed the role of families in CVE, identified challenges and needs in developing National Action Plans (NAPs) to prevent violent extremism, discussed the importance of religious education and CVE, and highlighted the need for strategic communications in relation to social media and online extremism.

 

Participants discussed the role of families in CVE, identified challenges and needs in developing National Action Plans (NAPs) to prevent violent extremism, discussed the importance of religious education and CVE, and highlighted the need for strategic communications in relation to social media and online extremism.

 

Participants discussed the role of families in CVE, identified challenges and needs in developing National Action Plans (NAPs) to prevent violent extremism, discussed the importance of religious education and CVE, and highlighted the need for strategic communications in relation to social media and online extremism.

 

Participants discussed the role of families in CVE, identified challenges and needs in developing National Action Plans (NAPs) to prevent violent extremism, discussed the importance of religious education and CVE, and highlighted the need for strategic communications in relation to social media and online extremism.

 

Participants discussed the role of families in CVE, identified challenges and needs in developing National Action Plans (NAPs) to prevent violent extremism, discussed the importance of religious education and CVE, and highlighted the need for strategic communications in relation to social media and online extremism.

 

Participants discussed the role of families in CVE, identified challenges and needs in developing National Action Plans (NAPs) to prevent violent extremism, discussed the importance of religious education and CVE, and highlighted the need for strategic communications in relation to social media and online extremism.

 

Participants discussed the role of families in CVE, identified challenges and needs in developing National Action Plans (NAPs) to prevent violent extremism, discussed the importance of religious education and CVE, and highlighted the need for strategic communications in relation to social media and online extremism.

 

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