CEP Webinar: "Transferring Good P/CVE Practices Across Phenomena and Countries" | Part II

Thursday, Jan 27, 2022

Practical experiences and some research studies on knowledge exchange indicate that it seems to be difficult to transfer identified good or inspiring practices across different cultural, legal, political, and social contexts as well as from one country to another. For example, the Danish “Arhus Model” or the Dutch “Safety House” have been serving as role models or points of orientation for many P/CVE multi-agency-approaches in the EU, but there were rarely any actual spin-offs in other countries.

The objective of this webinar therefore was to exchange perspectives and findings on which approaches, tools or rules could help transfer good practices in P/CVE across phenomena, contexts, and countries.

This webinar was the final event in a virtual event series during which CEP, supported by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany, examined the various challenges emanating from the transnational right-wing extremist and terrorist movement.

Hamdi Addow
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Section of Global Citizenship and Peace Education

Ana Izar
United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT), Programme Manager

Alexander Ritzmann
Senior Advisor, Counter Extremism Project

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Extremists: Their Words. Their Actions.


On June 24, 2017, Tehrik-i Taliban Pakistan (TTP) launched back-to-back explosions at a market in Kurram Agency of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) in northwest Pakistan. The attack killed 67 people who were shopping in preparation for a religious holiday and wounded 200 others. 

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