Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism Conducive to Terrorism (P/CVE) 

Military operations and security measures alone are not enough to defeat terrorism and violent extremism conducive to terrorism. To respond fully and efficiently to the challenges and threats, emphasis must be put on prevention through reinforcing structural changes, community engagement and building of resilience.

Along with relevant GCTF resources, the partner resources highlighted here can contribute to effective governance that addresses aggravating factors and underlying conditions that may create grievances and may lead individuals to join violent extremist groups.

Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF) ˅˄

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Hedayah ˅˄

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The International Institute for Justice and the Rule of Law (IIJ)˅˄

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United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)˅˄

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Global Center on Cooperative Studies (GCCS)˅˄

The Kenya Community Support Centre (KECOSCE) in partnership with the Global Center on Cooperative Security organized a series of focus groups to hear what young people in Mombasa County thought about their economic situation, political power, and sense of security and well-being

To increase and add to the knowledge base of empirical research and practice in the P/CVE field, this brief explores a construct from the field of psychology that offers practitioners and policymakers a tested and validated measurement and intervention that has been applied to prevent and counter violent extremism.