We believe that effectively addressing violent extremism requires innovative approaches that are equitable, evidence-based, and driven by those who are most affected by violence and injustice.
How we Work
We take a whole-of-society approach, combining mutually reinforcing working methods.
Since 2004, we have managed over $40M across 250 projects in 50+ countries. One of the most efficient operating structures in our sector, we have an excellent track record of success.
Of our funders have reinvested in our work.
In 2022, we directly engaged over 21,300 policymakers, practitioners, and other stakeholders in a wide range of training activities, policy discussions, and strategic consultations.
Between 2021 and 2022, we administered over $2.4 Million in sub-grants to more than 45 organizations, including grassroots women and youth networks and human rights groups.
What We Do
We work to address the drivers and risks of violent extremism across four main issue areas.
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We strengthen the ability of local leaders and civil society organizations to build resilience against violent extremism. Together, we reform institutions, mobilize communities, and shape domestic and international security policies to prioritize human rights – but we can’t do it alone!
The Global Center hosted an online discussion which brought together several experts on the significant implications of the Russian invasion of Ukraine for a panel discussion to share their perspectives.
The Global Center hosted a high-level event inviting CSO representatives to share reflections on the 2021 Activities of the United Nations system in implementing the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy.
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