This is a CVE online learning platform that provides free CVE online courses and resources. The courses have been developed in collaboration with CVE research hub partners to meet the needs of a broad range of users. The courses are intended to be a participatory experience with participants taking the lead in these discussions given their varied practical experiences working on CVE issues over the years.
This module will revisit the debates around terrorism and countering violent extremism (CVE) internationally and locally. It will explore and evaluate the local, national and international measures to curb terrorism, and also discuss emerging trends in CVE and terrorism. Participants critically examine:
This module introduces some of the main considerations for practitioners when designing strategies to influence policy. It is set in the background that policymaking and implementation processes operate within a changing and political context. It is complex, and different players intervene, each with their own interests and motivations. Participants will critically examine:
This module seeks to build shared understanding about decision-making for security while doing CVE work. It also seeks to refine decision-making skills for protection while doing CVE work. Participants will be required to perform a context and stakeholder mapping and analysis. Participants will critically examine:
This module provides a general overview of the CVE Research Hub including the database on terrorism incidents that is under development. This overview will invite participants to interact with the proposed CVE Research Hub and database to evaluate its relevance and appropriateness to their needs, interests and priorities. Participants will critically examine: -
This module seeks to facilitate the exchange of ideas and networking of CVE researchers, practitioners and policymakers, in order to bridge gaps and improve communication and collaboration across disparate communities of practice. Participants will critically examine: