CVE turned industry: The redundancy of the global CVE process targeting the youth population
Date: Friday 23rd June 2017
Time: 3:00 pm EAT
Register at: https://goo.gl/im7k5n
Registration closes on Friday 16th June 2017
This is the maiden online conference under the Global CVE Policy Action set to explore the extent to which the global CVE process has become predictive and repetitive. The numbers of P/CVE programs have grown in cost and numbers but regrettably with no rigorous evaluation and/evidence to demonstrate that these programs have created any sustainable impact(s) in reducing radicalization and extremism. There’s also a reluctance to engage in sustainable impact evaluation from supposed inherent barriers and desirability bias by program implementers.
Further, this session will explore the extent to which youths globally have become instruments to the CVE process, engaged on the basis of paternalism rather than the far much promised partnership.
Moving forth from this Global CVE Policy Action 1, we seek to gather policy recommendations from across the globe in review of the stakeholders at the international, regional, sub-regional and national levels of engagement with focus on their internal engagement processes and procedures that ensure policy inclusiveness based on advocacy rather than courtesy.
- Omang Agarwal, India
- Yulia Nesterova, Russia
- Saraban Tahuman, Bangladesh
- Saji Prelis, Sri Lanka
- Cecilia Fisayo, UK/Nigeria
- Trent Lawrence, USA