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National strategies and action plans
Assist governments in developing and implementing comprehensive National Countering Violent Extremism Action Plans and Strategies.
Develop innovative techniques to counter violent extremism narratives through communication strategies, campaigns and digital technology.
Support efforts to enhance education systems by leveraging both religious and conventional education strategies to encourage youth resilience against violent extremism.
Empower young people, local organizations, religious leaders and women to effectively implement counter extremism programs.
Rehabilitation and reintegration
Support rehabilitation and reintegration strategies for former and returning violent extremists and their family members by developing initiatives for successful reintegration.
Returning Home: From Syria to Tunisia
Violent extremism affects many lives in Tunisia, but now there is a new challenge. Around 3,000 Tunisians left to join terrorist groups abroad, 600 of which have returned home - many are children born in Syria. Hedayah works closely with the Tunisian Government to train educators, psychologists and social workers working in detention centers and rehabilitation and reintegration centers to support the effective reintegration of children.
Annual International CVE Research Conference
Joint Statement Following Meeting Between President Biden and President of the UAE Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed in Jeddah
The ISIS Files: Understanding how ISIS indoctrinated children
From Captivity to Freedom
Fatima Adamu (not her real name) was abducted by Boko Haram when her entire village in Yobe, Nigeria was attacked. She and many other women and their children were carted away in vehicles to an undisclosed location. Fatima lived in captivity for almost a decade until she got her freedom in 2021.
Hedayah, together with Neem Institute, are supporting families to prevent and counter violent extremism. Through its flagship program, the organizations are giving civil society organizations and community leaders’ the right knowledge and skills to positively support survivors like Fatima and empower families in supporting rehabilitation and reintegration efforts.
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