CoE Workshop: CFT Risk Assessment for NPOs of the Western Balkans and Turkey

Tivat, Montenegro, 26-27 Feb: Human Security Collective (HSC) took part in a two-day regional workshop for the jurisdictions of the Western Balkans and Turkey, organized by the Council of Europe (CoE), to discuss the performing of risk assessments for the sector.

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Launch of Handbook on HSC Approach to Youth Leadership on Preventing Violent Extremism

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Tunis, February 13, 2019: Our handbook, ‘Time to Engage with Youth at Centre Stage: The HSC Approach to Youth Leadership on Preventing Violent Extremism’, was launched in Tunis with our partner, the Arab Institute for Human Rights (AIHR).

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High-Level Discussion on De-risking: Side Event at G20 Summit

Buenos Aires, Argentina, Nov 29: Members of the Global NPO Coalition on FATF, led by an ICNL/ECNL/HSC initiative, convened government officials and international experts to discuss regulatory restrictions and financial implications affecting the NPO sector – so called ‘de-risking’ – and actions the G20 should take to address the issues.

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G20 Interfaith Forum: Panel on ‘Funding Essential Humanitarian Relief in Conflict Zones’

Buenos Aires, Sept 26-28: HSC was part of a panel exploring the difficulties humanitarian organizations are faced with when trying to fund essential relief in conflict zones.

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Moldova: Workshop on FATF Evaluation Process and Impact on Civil Society

A workshop took place in Chisinau on September 20th, organised by the Moldovan civil society organisation Promo-Lex, in conjunction with partners from the Global NPO Coalition on FATF, ECNL and HSC.

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P/CVE Masterclass: Nigeria

Maiduguri, September 4-7: Human Security Collective facilitated a P/CVE Masterclass, organized by the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) and the National Orientation Agency (NOA), in collaboration with the Government of the Netherlands, to build capacity of the NOA’s Chief Orientation and Mobilization Officers (COMOs) in the Northeastern states of Borno, Yobe and Adamawa in engaging communities to Prevent and Counter Violent Extremism (P/CVE), in line with component 3 of Nigeria’s Policy Framework and National Action Plan for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism.

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Article on HSC approach in Cambridge University Press journal

Community-Based Preventive and Remedial Measures to Prevent Violent Extremism: A Human Security Approach to Help Transform Conflicts, Improve Social Cohesion and Improve Local Security HSC’s approach in the work we do has been published in the CUP Journal, International Annals of Criminology (2018).

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Empowering CBOs to Enhance Community Resilience

Amman, 30 Aug-1 Sep: Human Security Collective spoke about PVE, community engagement and human security in the Netherlands at a three-day conference in Amman organised by Hayat-Rased.

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Addressing Pakistan’s FATF Commitments: Impact on and Implications for Civil Society

Islamabad, 30 August: Human Security Collective co-convened (with Community World Service, Asia; the National Commission for Human Rights; and the Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services) a multi-stakeholder dialogue on the impact on and implications for civil society of Pakistan’s FATF commitments.

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Side Event, UN Counter-terrorism Week

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New York, Friday, June 29 HSC, UNESCO and UNOY held a joint side event, “A Human Security and Youth Leadership Approach to Preventing Violent Extremism: Examples from Jordan, Libya, Mali, Morocco, The Netherlands and Tunisia”, on the margins of the first High Level Conference of Heads of Counter-Terrorism Agencies of Member States, on Friday 29 June.

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