By Eric Rosand, Emily Winterbotham, Michael Jones, Franziska Praxl-Tabuchi
24 September 2018
This report builds on the Prevention Project’s December 2016 report, “Communities First: A Blueprint for Organizing and Sustaining a Global Movement against Violent Extremism,” and is informed by a series of consultations with scores of governmental and non-governmental P/CVE stakeholders over the past 18 months. It takes stock of the progress and challenges in advancing the “whole of society” P/CVE agenda, which picked up considerable political momentum in 2015, and concludes with a series of practical, policy-relevant recommendations for enhancing its impact.
The report concludes that understanding the current ‘state-of-play’ in the P/CVE space, including a critical appraisal of its strengths and weaknesses and the comparative advantages of the various stakeholders, is necessary for developing practical guidance that can consolidate progress to-date and overcome some of the barriers to enable durable success going forward.