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Responses to Boko Haram in the Lake Chad Region: Policies, Cooperation and Livelihoods
Omar S Mahmood, Ndubuisi Christian Ani
Chief among the factors enabling the rise of Boko Haram include a limited state presence and poor governance, underdevelopment and unemployment, environmental pressures enhanced by the receding…
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Measure Your CVE Impact: Practical Guidance on Design, Monitoring, Measurement and Evaluation
Cristina Mattei, Sara Zeiger
This guide provides standards of practice for monitoring, measuring and evaluating (MM&E) the results of Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) programs and projects, to include projected impact. It…
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Campuses and Conflict in the Lake Chad Basin: Violent Extremism and the Politics of Religion in Higher Education
Alexander Thurston
"Campuses and Conflict in the Lake Chad Basin" is the first in a series of RESOLVE Network research studies investigating violent extremism and the politics of religion on university…
Analysing Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis
C. Nna-Emeka Okereke
The Anglophone crisis has introduced a new element in the understanding of terrorism in Africa as the local population in the English speaking regions of Northwest and Southwest Cameroon flee from…
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Violent Radicalisation & Far-right Extremism in Europe
Aristotle Kallis, Sara Zeiger, Bilgehan Öztürk
This report seeks to investigate why and how far-right movements radicalize, to what extent the process of radicalization is driven by national dynamics of transnational factors, and in what…
Lynch, O. & Argomaniz Victims and Perpetrators of Terrorism: Exploring Identities, Roles and Narratives. Routledge, London
Orla lynch
While the perpetrators of political violence have been the subject of significant academic research, victims of terrorism and political violence have rarely featured in this landscape. In an effort…

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