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This policy brief presents recommendations for a whole-of-society approach to the reintegration of former Boko Haram associates in Cameroon.
The Global Center is working with government and civil society actors in Cameroon to contribute to the country’s long-term efforts to prevent violent extremism and build sustainable peace.
The Toolkit provides frameworks, good practices, and resources for designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating gender-responsive policies and programs that address violent extremism.
This report explores practical examples of how governments and civil society have cooperated across Southeast Asia to support the rehabilitation and reintegration of individuals associated with violent extremism.
The Global Center works with prison services in Indonesia, Kenya, and Trinidad and Tobago to support the rehabilitation and reintegration of violent extremist prisoners.
This brief provides background to contextualize proposed changes to the UN’s counterterrorism funding and grantmaking mandate.
This brief examines the online financing and support systems associated with U.S. anti-authority and racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists.
The UN organized the Second Counter-Terrorism Week and High-Level Conference of Heads of Counter-Terrorism Agencies of Member States to accompany negotiations and adoption of UN GCTS’ seventh review.
The Global Center is thrilled to announce a new addition to our Board of Directors: Jacqueline Oburu.
This brief examines artificial intelligence and machine learning and the ways that international organizations, including the UN, should protect against the misapplication of these technologies.
This brief draws on a review of the practice of obtaining beneficial ownership information in the US, the UK, and several countries in Africa and South Asia.