Stories

"Around the time we joined the Caliphate, we were at the lowest point in our lives..."

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While this Syrian family have left conflict behind, as refugees, they still face some big challenges ahead.

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"When the war broke out in Syria, I felt angry and wanted to do something about it..." 

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Violent conflict and extremism, and violence against women should be seen as part of a continuum, says Regional PVE Coordinator, Isabella Caravaggio.

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As those who have watched past regional conflicts know, in crisis there is opportunity for those with violent plans, says UN Research Consultant, Jim Della-Giamoca.

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By looking at how masculinity impacts behaviours, we may gain new insights and interventions for PVE that have previously been overlooked.

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"I came to understand that I had swallowed radical preaching raw before I had learned how to critically consider whether certain things were right or wrong..." 

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The co-founder of the Syrian civilian media group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently discusses his views on the importance of social media and virtual wars for ISIS’s recruitment strategy.

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For Ahmad El-Muhammady who works with the Malaysian government to rehabilitate violent extremists, we need to try to understand the people behind terrorism.

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Behind hateful motivations are complicated personal stories. Uncovering them can help us learn how to prevent violence and extremism.

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Media matter for minorities

The youth dismantling stereotypes about ethnic and stateless communities in Thailand. 

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