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Global Counter-Terrorism Compact Coordination Committee Meeting

UN ASG and Director of UNDP's Crisis Bureau, Asako Okai's statement at the Global Counter-Terrorism Compact Coordination Committee Meeting  


Sustaining peace at the local level

Village committees and networks of women and young people are important for strengthening social cohesion at the Mauritania-Mali border.  


'Invisible' women; when home is not a sanctuary

The challenges women and girls face in returning to their communities after being associated with extremist groups.  


Invisible Women

UNDP-ICAN global study, Invisible Women: Gendered Dimensions of Return, Reintegration and Rehabilitation.  


The quest for cities of peace

Local governments and civil society take the lead, tackling the roots causes of violence and conflict in urban areas  


Assessing Progress Made, and the Future of Development Approaches to Preventing Violent Extremism

This UNDP report takes stock of progress made, shares experiences and distils lessons on policy development, research and programming on preventing violent extremism.  


High-Level Conference in Berlin commits to comprehensive crisis response in the Lake Chad Region

The High-Level Conference on the Lake Chad Region concluded today with renewed commitments by participants to work together to address the multi-faceted crisis affecting the region.  


Second Lake Chad Conference aims to maintain momentum and expand international support

Millions of people in Africa’s Lake Chad region (north-east Nigeria and parts of Niger, Chad and Cameroon) are facing a profound and protracted crisis driven by extreme poverty, climate change and…  


High-level Conference of Heads of Counter-Terrorism Agencies of Member States

Strengthening global action to prevent violent extremism  


Young people’s role in preventing violent extremism

Keynote address on young people’s role in preventing violent extremism  

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