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Toward New Policies for the Climate Change and Vilolent Extremism Nexus in Africa

2021
The policy brief draws upon interviews and literature regarding climate security, violent extremism, and intrastate conflict in relation to evidence from cases in ...

Situational Brief: UNDP Regional Stabilization Facility for the Lake Chad Basin (LCB) Region

2021
This Situational Brief is the third in a series of four rapid assessment briefs commissioned by the UNDP Regional Stabilization Facility for the ...

Measuring Mirco- and Macro-Economic Cost of Violent Extremism

2020
This study provides primary research on the economic cost and impact of violent extremism by looking at the economic cost of violent extremism ...

Preventing and Responding to Violent Extremism in Africa: A Development Approach – Regional and Multi-Country Project Document

2019
This progress report for the six-year Regional Project presents a holistic and innovative development approach focused on understaing and addressing the drivers of ...

Violent Extremism in Sudan: An Evidence-Based Study

2017
In 2018, UNDP released a report identifying the root causes of violent extremism in Sudan via interviews with 377 including former extremists, prisoners, ...

Measuring the Economic Impact of Violent Extremism Leading to Terrorism in Africa

2020
To measure the mirco- and macro-economic cost of VE and the effectiveness of the regulations against financing terrorism in the sixteen focus ...

Social media in Africa

2018
To explore social media use and online radicalisation in Africa with a focus on those of al-Shabab, Boko Haram and ISIL, and also ...

Anti-Corruption and PVE

Research on how anti-corruption could contribute to and serve as a catalyst for PVE.

Journey to Extremism in Africa: Drivers, Incentives and the Tipping Point for Recruitment

2017
In September 2017, UNDP’s Africa Regional Bureau published a seminal, multi-country study on the “Journey to Extremism in Africa” which, via interviews with ...
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