A Multitude of P/CVE Perspectives

21 September 2022

A Multitude of P/CVE Perspectives

The GCTF CVE Working Group hosted the third workshop under its Initiative on Funding and Enabling Community-Level P/CVE in New York. This workshop on Good Practices in Funding and Implementing Community-Level P/CVE built on the previous two workshops where challenges and barriers to community-level P/CVE were discussed.

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Gender Responses in P/CVE Policies & Programs

20 September 2022

Gender Responses in P/CVE Policies & Programs
On the margins of the Twentieth GCTF Coordinating Committee Meeting in New York, the Countering Violent Extremism Working Group Co-Chairs, Australia and Indonesia, held a side event to promote the GCTF Gender and P/CVE Policy Toolkit and good practices in mainstreaming gender responses in P/CVE policies and programs.  Read more »

Using Criminal Justice Tools to Counter REMVE

20 September 2022

Using Criminal Justice Tools to Counter REMVE
The GCTF “REMVE” Toolkit Initiative Leads, the United States and Norway, and the International Institute for Justice and the Rule of Law (IIJ) hosted a side event in New York. It highlighted the criminal justice tools that governments are using, including in coordination with civil society and community actors, to counter racially or ethnically motivated violent extremism.

 

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Maritime Security and Terrorist Travel in Africa

7 September 2022

Maritime Security and Terrorist Travel in Africa

Following the launch of the GCTF Addendum to the GCTF New York Memorandum on Good Practices for Interdicting Terrorist Travel, the FTF WG Co-Chairs, Jordan and the United States, held the first workshop of a series which highlights counterterrorism practice considerations, challenges, and opportunities.

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Advancing Info Screening in the Maritime Sector

24 May & 1 June 2022

Advancing Info Screening in the Maritime Sector

Jordan and the United States, Co-Chairs of the GCTF Foreign Terrorist Fighters (FTF) Working Group, kicked off a series of workshops to raise awareness and understanding of the recommendations in the Counterterrorism Watchlisting Toolkit and the Addendum to the GCTF New York Memorandum on Good Practices for Interdicting Terrorist Travel.

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Funding and Enabling Community-Level P/CVE

5 April 2022

Funding and Enabling Community-Level P/CVE

Australia and Indonesia, Co-Chairs of the GCTF CVE Working Group, hosted the second workshop under the Funding and Enabling Community-Level P/CVE: Challenges, Recommendations and Emerging Good Practices Initiative. Supported by GCERF, participants came together to continue the conversation around funding and enabling P/CVE initiatives at the community level.

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Exploring scenarios for the GCTF “REMVE” Toolkit

1-2 March & 9-10 March 2022

Exploring scenarios for the GCTF “REMVE” Toolkit

Following the launch of the “REMVE” Toolkit Initiative, the GCTF hosted a series of workshops to dive into the development of this practical resource. Using scenario-based discussions, participants explored the policy, operational and legal challenges of REMVE-related threats.

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The GCTF Launches A “REMVE” Toolkit Initiative

3 February 2022

The GCTF Launches A “REMVE” Toolkit Initiative
Building on earlier exploratory dialogues to examine this specific threat, the GCTF launched a “REMVE” Toolkit Initiative. During the inaugural activity, participants discussed the legal, policy, and operational objectives for the toolkit and touched on key issues relating to countering “racially or ethnically motivated violent extremism”. Read more »

National-Local P/CVE Cooperation Good Practices

29 December & 6 December 2021

National-Local P/CVE Cooperation Good Practices

The GCTF Countering Violent Extremism Working Group, co-chaired by Australia and Indonesia, held the first in a series of workshops under the Initiative on the Practical Use of the GCTF Memorandum on Good Practices on National-Local Cooperation in Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism. The Strong Cities Network is the implementing partner.

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