Different Cities, Shared Stories A FIVE-COUNTRY STUDY CHALLENGING ASSUMPTIONS AROUND MUSLIIM WOMEN AND CVE INTERVENTIONS.
|Different Cities, Shared Stories A FIVE-COUNTRY STUDY CHALLENGING ASSUMPTIONS AROUND MUSLIIM WOMEN AND CVE INTERVENTIONS.|
CVE Radicalization Counter-Terrorism
For some years, there has been a longstanding commitment to incorporating ‘gender’ at the highest institutional levels of international counterterrorism. The latest such guidance is the 2015 UN Security Council Resolution 2242, which calls for the inclusion of women in devising programmes on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE). CVE constitutes a preventative and non-coercive ‘soft’ approach, designed to work in partnership with communities.