pertaining to Violent Extremism, Peace, inclusive societies and how they are building resilience in their communities to prevent Violent Extremism..
- to provide young people with the opportunity to share experiences and viewpoints on good practices in addressing the drivers of violent extremism;
- to identify the “push and pull factors” on the drivers of violent extremism
- to examine and discuss the role of youths in preventing the conditions that are conducive to violent extremism and promoting sustaining peaceful societies;
- to engage youth worldwide in addressing the challenges related to P/CVE, to include them in the decision making process on P/CVE issues as highlighted in UNSCR 2250
- to discuss ways to strengthen the links between P/CVE and the related SDGs – as fully implementing the SDGs, with a focus on SDG 16 will help prevent violent extremism by addressing the socio, economic, political factors that enable radicalization; and
- to empower youths through capacity building and offering opportunities for networking and cooperation.
- Identification of priority areas of action
- Country-level activities in P/CVE and capacity building needs
- Networking on P/CVE implementation facilitation in their respective countries
Why Violet Mbiti Foundation,Vijana Network International Limited and Youth County Projects Kenya exists
Everything we do, we believe in challenging the status quo, we believe in thinking differently. The way we challenge the status quo is by offering quality projects and opportunities that will empower socially, economically and politically the lives of 16 million unemployed youth from the 47 counties in Kenya that we believe we will reach. Want to partner with us?
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