Policymakers and practitioners have increasingly recognized that a closer understanding of the roles women play in relation to preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE) is critical to developing tailored strategies to strengthen resilience against extremist violence, and support victims and survivors of terrorist attacks. This project aims to advance the role of women in P/CVE efforts at the national and local levels in Southeast Asia. It will bring together a diverse set of actors, including policymakers, law enforcement officials, and civil society actors, to explore lessons, good practices, challenges, and opportunities in promoting women’s participation and integrating a gender dimension into P/CVE policy and programming in the region.

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