List of PVE Best Practices

The following list are the good practices to prevent all forms of violent extremism in the Euro-mediterranean region: EuroMeSCo Annual Conference “Confronting Violent Extremism in the Euro-Mediterranean” Conference “Resilient Cities: Countering Violent Extremism at Local Level” Itinerant Exhibition ‘’Refugees, why?’’ Annual Course on Human Rights for Global Justice Strategy BCN Anti-Rumour Kif-Kif: Comics for Inclusion Observatory of Islamophobia in the Media Social Forum against Islamophoby Frontera Sur Project XABACA: International network against censorship on Arab women’s art Kulluna Muwatinun (We are All Citizens) Khotwa: Promoting regional integration in the Maghreb ARDD Political & Civic Participation Unit Defender a Quién Defiende Movement for Peace Peace Studies Centre Delàs Urban Violence World Forum European Forum for Urban Security International Peace Bureau Irídia International Civil Service ’Dangerously Disproportionate: The Ever-Expanding National Security State in Europe’’ Report ’An Economy for the 99%’’ Report Observatory of ESCR ’Alert!’’ Report Shock Monitor Human Rights and Companies Observatory European Institute of the Mediterranean Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Muslims against Islamophobia Casa Nostra Casa Vostra Stop Mare Mortum Lysistrata project UNDP Global Meeting on Preventing Violent Extremism Peace Action, Training and Research Institute of Romania (PATRIR) Euromed Survey of Experts and Actors (7th edition) Peace and Freedom Organization in Kurdistan (PFOK) Al Mesalla SUDS Fotomovimento Proxy Observatory AntiInmigration Research Paper Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative SAHWA Project L’Islam, Objet Médiatique START Islamophobia, a challenge for us all Report Quick Guide to Combat Islamophobia in Twitter Twist Islamophobia Euro-Arab Foundation (FUNDEA) Prevent Extremism Training Five-Point Test for Journalists WE CAN! Plataforma Ciudadana contra la Islamofobia Let’s advertise Common Values Project Meetings on Islamophobia and Gender Muslim Women against Islamophobia Anti-Islamophobia Declaration Reimagining Muslim Spaces Study Women in the Mediterranean Space INGYouth Speakers Program Anna Lindh Education Handbook on Intercultural Citizenship in the Euro-Mediterranean Region Young Arab Voices DAWRAK: Citizens for Dialogue Erbil Marathon International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence (ICSR) UKSSD The Road to Ninevah: Social Cohesion, Peace, Coexistence We Love Tripoli Shape MENA PeaceWomen Programme Youth Can Organization SAiD: Attention and Reporting Service for Victims of Racism and Xenophobia Closeness to the Arab World Course Euro-Mediterranean Women’s Foundation Lawyers’ International Observatory Beyond Reform & Development (BRD) Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations Association Djazairouna des victimes du terrorisme Education for Development Fighters for Peace Forum des Organisations Nationales de Droits Humains Artis International Forum Marocain pour la Vérité et la Justice Tunisian Leaders for Human Security Hamish Jeunesse Sans Frontières JOHUD Youth Training and Empowerment Leaders of Tomorrow Campaign to Combat Hatred Discourse in the Media Euro-Mediterranean Foundation of Support to Human Rights Defenders (EMHRF) Permanent Peace Movement Palestinian Centre for Human Rights Unified Platform Against Gender Violence SAVE – Sisters Against Violent Extremism “Empowering Women, Countering Extremism” Training Program Radicalisation and Counter-Radicalisation: A Gender Perspective JWU Legal Literacy Courses Union of Palestinian Women Committees SAWA East & West Center for Sustainable Development Penal Reform International  

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Seminar PVE Paradigm in Palestine

University of Birzeit presented on Wednesday, March 29, 2017 ” Examining the Paradigm of Preventing Violent Extremism in Light of UN Efforts “, a seminar led by the Observatory to Prevent Extremism of NOVACT, and coordinated in Palestine by the Palestinian Struggle Coordination Committees (PSCC) and Muwatin Institute for Democracy and Human Rights.

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