This is UNESCO’s first Teacher’s Guide on the Prevention of Violent Extremism through education. This document has been developed in direct response to the needs of UNESCO’s Member States as expressed... Read More
Psychologists must be in rehabilitation programs as part of a closely knit team, and not as an independent actor. The rehabilitation of the detainees must be a holistic, group effort, with all elem... Read More
Good Practice 1
Protect Victims, Witnesses, Informants, Undercover Agents, Juries, Investigators, Prosecutors, Defense Counsel, and Judges in Counterterrorism Cases.
Victims, witnesses, informan... Read More
Good Practice Number 1
In developing a rehabilitation program, it is important to first clearly define the program’s goals and objectives and identify indicators of success and failure.
In devel... Read More
Good Practice 1: Ensure effective and appropriate coordination among concerned bodies responsible for the provision of direct assistance to victims and their families.
Specific, established co... Read More
Good Practice #1
Employ a risk assessment framework in developing and implementing border security measures. Given the geographic expanse of the Sahel, a risk-based approach to border security can ... Read More
Where possible, ensure that pre-trial detainees and individuals detained in facilities other than general prisons also benefit from efforts to address and counter radicalization.
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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-governm... Read More
A series of expert meetings, workshops, conferences and research hosted by the GCTF, Hedayah and various other partners convened educators, experts, practitioners and policymakers to share experiences... Read More
Note: This document aims to provide additional guidance to Members States in their efforts to develop rehabilitation and reintegration programmes for violent extremist offenders and to address violent... Read More