Statement one year after 17-A: In front of the groups and people that legitimize and use violence, there is a new policy based on the prevention of violent extremism and the promotion of Global Justice
One year after the attacks of Barcelona and Cambrils, the Observatory for the Prevention of Violent Extremism (OPEV) and Lafede.cat launched this manifesto in which we remember the victims, we strongly condemn the culture of violence and we appeal to the institutions and political parties to work for achieving open and plural societies, inclusive and socially cohesive, that promote effective alternatives to all forms of violent extremism You can read the manifesto in: CATALAN SPANISH
Statement: OPEV member organisations give support to #Hirak
This report draws connections between civil society empowerment and social cohesion, as two main pillars of any PVE policy that wants to be inclusive and participative to, and therefore owned by, the community that aims to serve
No Security Without Rights
The member organizations of the OPEV demand the release of political prisoners from the Rif
VIOLENT EXTREMISM IN SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORKS
The report “No Security Without Rights’’ compiles various efforts to denounce the perpetrated human rights’ violations through the implementation of the new anti-terrorism normative tools
GOOD PRACTICES IN THE EURO-MEDITERRANEAN REGION
This paper reviews on the expression of violent extremism in social media network and tries to give an specific answer on how to combat online hate speech in social media networks through a roadmap.
Plan of Action
The following document aims to share good practices to prevent all forms of violent extremism in the Euro-mediterranean region, who have been classified both by the different Goals of the OPEV Plan of Action as well as the 3 main regions of the Euro-mediterranean region.
Plan of Action of the Euro-Mediterranean civil society to prevent all forms of violent extremism.