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Introduction / Summary

This non-binding good practices document focuses on the ways in which education can be used as a resource and a tool by policymakers, teachers and educators, community-based and other non-governmental organizations, and families and parents to prevent and counter violent extremism.

Good Practices Breakdown

  • II. Educational Approaches

    Some of the following approaches to educational curricula development for CVE may already exist in certain educational systems for reasons unrelated to CVE. On the other hand, the existence of such cu... Read More

  • III. Institutional Approaches

    Schools Good Practice 11 Incorporate experiential, hands-on learning opportunities in regular classroom curricula. Schools can provide opportunities for students to apply critical thinking an... Read More

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This section will be used to highlight key initiatives being led by governments around the world which are advancing the GCTF’s lifecycle initiative