No.Author (s)TitleYearSourceTypePublic Availabilty (yes/no) PDF (yes/no) LinkRegionCountry of FocusKeywords
1Abbasi, M. A. Towards the De-radicalization of Pakistani Society: The Need for a Balanced and Progressive Education System2014The Dialogue Journal ArticleYY AsiaPakistanRadicalization, Education, Tolerance, Extremism,
Citizens’ skills, Multiple-streams
2Afzal, MAre the Better Educated Less Likely to Support Militancy and Terrorism? Women Are: Evidence from a Public Opinion Survey in Pakistan.2012Center for International and Security Studies at MarylandArticleYy, Terrorism, Education, Gender
3Akram, J., & Richardson, R.Citizenship education for all or preventing violent extremism for some? — choices and challenges for schools2009Race Equality TeachingJournal ArticleYY KingdomViolence Prevenetion, Citizens' Education, Muslim, Religion
4Allan, H. & Glazzard, A. Drivers of Violent Extremism: Hypotheses and Literature Review2015Royal United Services InstituteArticleYY of Violent Extremism, CVE
5Aly, A., Taylor, E., & Karnovsky, S.Moral Disengagement and Building Resilience to Violent Extremism: An Education Intervention2014Studies in Conflict & TerrorismArticleNYOceania/AsiaAustralia/ IndonesiaSocial Cognitive Resilience, Radicalizations, Extremism, Moral Disengagement
6Andrabi, T., Das, J., Khwaja, A. I., & Zajonc, T.Religious School Enrollment in Pakistan: A Look at the Data2006Comparative Education ReviewArticleYY, School Enrollment, Madarassa, Statistical Data
7Arthur, J.Extremism and Neo-Liberal Education Policy: A Contextual Critique of the Trojan Horse Affair in Birmingham Schools2015British Journal of Educational StudiesJournal ArticleNNEuropeUnited KingdomMuslim Schools, Education Policies
8Beider, H. & Briggs, R.Promoting community cohesion and preventing violent extremism in higher and further education2010Coventry: Institute of Community CohesionReportYY KingdomCommunity Cohesion, PVE, Colleges and Universities, Findings, Recommendations
9Bell, P. Countering Al Qaeda-Inspired Violent ExtremismN.DAlbany Associates ArticleYY Al Qaeda, CVE
10Berrebi, C.Evidence about the link between education, poverty and terrorism among Palestinians2007Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public PolicyJournal ArticleYY EastPalestineEducation, Poverty, Terrorism, Hamas, Suicide bomber, Suicide attacks
11Bhui, K., Warfa, N., & Jones, E.Is violent radicalisation associated with poverty, migration, poor self-reported health and common mental disorders?2014PloS OneJournal ArticleYY, Migration, Terrorism
12Bush, K.D & Salterili, D. The Two Faces of Education in Ethnic Conflict; Towards a Peacebuilding Education for Children2000UNICEFReportYY, Ethnic Conflict, Peacebuilding, Peace Education
13Checa Hidalgo, D.The role of peace culture and education in preventing cultural religious radicalization2009Studying and Preventing the Radicalization of Islam (Project).BookNN
14Christmann. KPreventing Religious Radicalisation and Violent Extremism A Systematic Review of the Research Evidence.2012Youth Justice BoardReview Article YY KingdomRadicalization, Youth, Terrorism, Muslims, PVE
15Clinch, A.A community psychology approach to preventing violent extremism; Gaining the views of young people to inform primary prevention in secondary schools2011School of Education
The University of Birmingham
ThesisYY KingdomPVE, Community, Extremism, Resilience
16Curtis, L. A.U.S. aid to Pakistan : countering extremism through education reform2007Heritage FoundationArticleYY, Education, Madarassa, Extremism
17Davies, L.Education against extremism2008aStoke on TrentBookYY, Education, PVE
18Davies, L.Gender, Education, Extremism and Security2008bCompare: A Journal of Comparative and International EducationJournal ArticleNYGlobal/Multi-CountriesGender, Education, Extremism, Security
19Davies, L.Educating against extremism: towards a critical politicisation of young people2009International Review of EducationJournal ArticleNN, Extremism, Security, PVE
20Davydov, D.The Causes of Youth Extremism and Ways to Prevent It in the Educational Environment2015Russian Education & SocietyJournal ArticleYY Extremism, Prevention
21Fair, C. C.Militant Recruitment in Pakistan: Implications for Al Qaeda and Other Organizations.2004Studies in Conflict & TerrorismJournal ArticleNN
22Fink, N.C, Bhulai, R.B & Zeiger, S.The Role of Families and Communities in Strengthening Community Resilience Against Violent Extremism2014Hedayah and the Global Center on Cooperative Security.ReportYY, Family, Community
23Fink, N.C, Bhulai, R.B & Zeiger, S.A Man’s World? Exploring the Roles of Women in Counter Terrorism and Violent Extremism2016Hedayah and the Global Center on Cooperative Security.Journal ArticleYY, Women Roles, CVE, PVE,
24Fink, N.C, Bhulai, R.B & Zeiger, S.The Role of Education in Countering Violent Extremism.2013Hedayah and the Center on Global Counterterrorism CooperationReportYY
25Gearon, L.The Counter Terrorist Classroom: Religion, Education, and Security.2013Religious EducationJournal ArticleNYEurope Great Britain/United KingdomReligions, Culture, Religious education, Racism, Multicultural Education
26Gereluk, D.Education, extremism and terrorism: what should be taught in citizenship education and why.2012New York: ContinuumBook*BookN
27Denoeux, G. Guide to the Drivers of Violent Extremism 2009USAIDArticleY
28Ghosh, P., Warfa, N., McGilloway, A., Ali, I., Jones, E., & Bhui, K.Violent Radicalization and Recruitment to Terrorism: Perspectives of Wellbeing and Social Cohesion of Citizens of Muslim Heritage.2013Sociology MindJournal ArticleYY
United Kingdom
Radicalisation; Extremism; Wellbeing; Social Cohesion; Prevention
29Heller, S., Pollack, H. A., Ander, R., & Ludwig, J.Preventing youth violence and dropout: A randomized field experiment.2013National Bureau of Economic ResearchJournal ArticleYY America United States of AmericaSchool drop out, Youth-Violence
30Hedayah & Human Security CollectiveExpert Meeting on CVE, Security and Development2013Hedeyah & Human Security CollectiveMeeting NotesYY & Security, Development, Inter Agency Partenrships
31Herrington, R. Emerging Practices in Design, Monitoring and Evaluation fro Education for Peacebuilding Programing 2015Search for Common Ground ReportYY
32Heyneman, S. P.Education, Social Cohesion, and the Future Role of International Organizations.2003Peabody Journal of EducationJournal ArticleYY, Social Cohesion,
33Heydemann, S. Countering Violent Extremism as a Field of Practice2014Countering Violent Extremism as a Field of Practice (USIP)NewsletterYY & PakistanCVE, Practice
34Holmer, G.Creating Spaces for Effective CVE Approaches2014United States Institute of Peace (USIP)Peace BriefYY Analysis &Prevention, Countering Violent Extremism, Security Sector Governance
35Hughes, J., Campbell, A., Lolliot, S., Hewstone, M., & Gallagher, T.Inter-group contact at school and social attitudes: evidence from Northern Ireland.2013Oxford Review of EducationJournal ArticleNN
36Husin, Asna.“Islamic Peace Education: Changing Hearts and Minds.” In Qamar-ul Huda (Ed.)2012Crescent and Dove: Peace and Conflict Resolution in IslamBookNN
37Integrity ActionA Practical Guide to Community Integrity Building2014Integrity ActionToolYY Countries Community Engagement, Tool Kit, Practical Guide
38Kagioglidis, I.Religious Education and the Prevention of Islamic Radicalization: Albania, Britain, France and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.2009DTIC DocumentThesisYY Multiple Countries Islamic
radicalization, Religious education, Terrorism
39Kessels E. &Nemr C.Countering Violent Extremism and Development Assistance
Identifying Synergies, Obstacles, and Opportunities
2016Global Center on Cooperative Security Policy BriefYY, Aid, Development Assistance
40Khalid, I.Topology of Extremism: Implication on the Contemporary Politics of Pakistan.2014South Asian StudiesJournal ArticleYY, Implemented devises, Cross border terrorism, Militancy and
extremism, strategy
41Khalil J. & Zeuthen M. A Case Study of Counter Violent Extremism (CVE) Programming: Lessons from OTI’s Kenya Transition Initiative2014Stability: International Journal of Security & Development
Research Article
YY CVE, Terrorism, Extremism
42Krueger, A. B., & Maleckova, J.Education, Poverty, Political Violence and Terrorism: Is There a Causal Connection?.2002National Bureau of Economic Research.Journal ArticleYY EastMultiple Countries
Education, Poverty , Terrorism
43Liht, J., & Savage, S.Preventing violent extremism through value complexity: Being Muslim Being British.2013Journal of Strategic SecurityJournal ArticleYY
United Kingdom
PVE, Muslim, Radicalisation, Involvement in Extremism
44Malik, M. S. A., Sandholzer, M., Khan, M. Z., & Akbar, S.Identification of Risk Factors Generating Terrorism in Pakistan.2014Terrorism and Political Violence,Journal ArticleNY, Risk factors, Risk management, Security risk, Terrorism
45Malik, J.Madrasas in South Asia: Teaching Terror?.2007Taylor & FrancisBookNN
46Martin-Rayo, F.Countering Radicalization in Refugee Camps: How Education an Help Defeat AQAP.2011Belfer Center, Harvard Kennedy School.ArticleYY Terrorism, Recruitment, Radicalisation, Education, IDPs/Refugees
47McClure, K. R.Madrasas and Pakistan’s education agenda: Western media misrepresentation and policy recommendations.2009International Journal of Educational DevelopmentJournal ArticleNY, Islam, Fundamentalism, Media, Western
48McGlynn, C., Niens, U., Cairns, E., & Hewstone,Moving out of conflict: the contribution of integrated schools in Northern Ireland to identity, attitudes, forgiveness and reconciliation.2004Journal of Peace EducationJournal ArticleNNEuropeIreland Integrated Education, Intergroup crisis, Reconciliation, Conflict
49Mercy Corps From Jordan to Jihad: The Lure Of Syria’s Violent Extremist Groups Research and RecommendationsN.DMercy CorpsPolicy BriefYY EastJordan & SyriaCVE, Recuritment, Recommendations
50Mercy Corps Youth & Consequences: Unemployment, Injustice and Violence2015Mercy CorpsReportYY, CVE, Unemployment, Injustice and Violence
51Mills, M., & Keddie, A.Cultural reductionism and the media: Polarising discourses around schools, violence and masculinity in an age of terror. 2010Oxford Review of EducationJournal ArticleNYOceaniaAustralia Youth, School, Education, Culture, Violence, Media
52Mills, M., & Keddie, A.Gender justice and education: constructions of boys within discourses of resentment, neo-liberalism and security.2010Educational ReviewJournal ArticleNYOceaniaAustralia Gender justice, Boys’ education, Neo-liberalism, National security
53Miller, J.REsilience, violent extremism and religious education.2013British Journal of Religious EducationJournal ArticleNYMultiple CountriesREsilience, Religious extremism, Violent extremism, Human
Rights; ‘honor’/honour
54Munton, T., Martin, Alison, Lorenc, Theo, Marrero-Guillamon, Isaac, Jamal, Farah, Lehmann, Angela, Cooper, Chris, Sexton, MatthewUnderstanding Vulnerability and Resilience in Individuals to the Influence of Al Qa’ida Violent Extremism: A Rapid Evidence Assessment to Inform Policy and Pactice in Preventing Violent Extremism.2001Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism,ArticleYY CountriesResilience, Violent Extremism, Youth Crime, Al Qa’ida
55Nelles, W.Comparative Education, Terrorism and Human Security: From Critical Pedagogy to Peacebuilding?2003Palgrave Macmillan.BookNN America United States of America Policy, Education, Human Security,
56Oser, F., Riegel, C., & Tanner, S.Changing devils into angels? Prevention of racism and right-wing extremism at school as a sensitising activity. Right-Wing Extremism in Switzerland: National and International Perspectives2009GESISBookNNEuropeSwitzerland Media, right-wing extremism, Xenophobi a, Victims, Offenders, Hooliganism, Prevention
57Paolini, S., Hewstone, M., Cairns, E., & Voci, A.Effects of Direct and Indirect Cross-Group Friendships on Judgments of Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland: The Mediating Role of an Anxiety-Reduction Mechanism.2004Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin
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58Park, J., & Niyozov, S.Madrasa education in South Asia and Southeast Asia: current issues and debates.2008Asia Pacific Journal of EducationJournal ArticleNNAsiaMadrasa, Islamic education, pedagogy, curriculum reform, South Asia, Southeast Asia
59Pels, T., & de Ruyter, D.The Influence of Education and Socialization on Radicalization: An Exploration of Theoretical Presumptions and Empirical Research.2012Child & Youth Care ForumJournal ArticleYY Content of education Style of education Socialization
60Peracha, F. N., Khan, R. R., Ahmad, A., Khan, S. J., Hussein, S., & Choudry, H. R.Socio Demographic Variables in the Vulnerable Youth Predisposed Towards Militancy (Swat, Pakistan).2012Psychiatry, Psychology and LawJournal ArticleNNAsiaPakistanChild militancy, Demographic risk factors, Sabaoon, Vulnerable youth
61Quaynor, L. J.Citizenship education in Post-conflict contexts: A review of the literature.2012Education, Citizenship and Social JusticeJournal ArticleNY Education, Civics, International, Literature Review, Post-conflict
62Sheikh, S., Sarwar, S., & Reed, C.Teaching methods that help to build resilience to extremism: rapid evidence assessment (Research Report DFE-RR120).2011Department for Education, UKReportYY, PVE, Extremiism, Gang Violence/Crime
63Sian, K. P.Spies, surveillance and stakeouts: monitoring Muslim moves in British state schools.2015Race, Ethnicity & EducationJournal ArticleYY KingdomPVE, Education, Extremism, Islamophobia, Post-racial, Muslims
64Sieckelinck, S., Kaulingfreks, F., & De Winter, M.Neither Villains Nor Victims: Towards an Educational Perspective on Radicalisation.2015British Journal of Educational StudiesJournal ArticleNN, Education, Schools, Extremism, Idealism
65Sikand, Y.Bastions of the Believers: Madrasas and Islamic Education in India.2005Penguin Books IndiaBookNN, Islamic education, Muslim, Taliban
66Singer, P. W.Pakistan’s Madrassahs: Insuring a System of Education Not Jihad.2001Brookings InstitutionArticleYY, Islamic education, Muslim, Taliban
67Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills The role of further education colleges in preventing violent extremism: next steps.2009Department for Innovation, Universities and SkillsReportYY
68GCTF Ankara Memorandum on Good Practices for a
Multi-Sectoral Approach to Countering Violent Extremism
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69GCTF & HedayahThe Abu Dhabi Memorandum on Good Practices for Education and Countering Violent Extremism2014The Global Counterterrorism ForumReportYY
70Romanuik, P. Does CVE Work?; Lessons Learned from the Global
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2015The Global Counterterrorism ForumReportYY CVE, Global Effort, Practices, Monitoring and Evaluating
71Swedberg, J. & Smith, S. Mid-Term Evaluation of USAID‘S Counterextremism Programming In Africa2011USAIDReportYYAfricaMultiple Countries Evaluation, CVE, Programming
72Swedberg, J. & Reisman, L. Mid-Term Evaluation of Three Countering Violent Extremism Projects2013USAIDReportYY Countries Evaluation, CVE, Programming
73USAIDConflict Assesment Framework2012USAIDToolYY, Conflict
74Terra ToolkitTerra Toolkit: Community Approach to Radicalisation2014TerraToolkitToolYY, Tool Kit, Community, Teachers, Youth Workers, Police Officers, Religious Leaders
75Turner, R. N., Tam, T., Hewstone, M., Kenworthy, J., & Cairns, E.Contact between Catholic and Protestant schoolchildren in Northern Ireland.2013Journal of Applied Social PsychologyJournal ArticleNNEurope Ireland
76United Kingdom Department for Children, Schools and FamiliesLearning Together to be Safe2008United Kingdom Department for Children, Schools and FamiliesReportYY
77United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization.Status Report on UNESCO’s contribution to international action against terrorism through education, the sciences, culture and communication and information.2005United NationsReportYY Countries Education, Terrorism, Sciences, Culture, Communication, Information
78UNESCOA Teacher's Guide on the Prevention of Violent Extremism NDUNESCOArticleNY Extremism, PVE, Teaching, School
79UN Inter-Agency Network on Youth Development’s (IANYD) Subgroup on Youth Participation in PeacebuildingGuiding Principles on Young People’s
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2014IANYD. SFCG, United Nations Peacebuilding Support Office (PBSO) YY Guide, Peacebuilding, Youth Participation
80Veenkamp, I. & Zeiger, S.Countering Violent Extremism: Program and policy approaches to youth through education, families and communities.NDNATO Security through Science Series, (Countering Violent Extremism among Youth to Prevent Terrorism).ArticleYY Countries Education, Youth, Family, Community, Radicalisation, Violent Extremism, Terrorism, Resilience
81Waghid, Y.Education and Madrassahs in South Africa: On Preventing the Possibility of Extremism.2009British Journal of Religious EducationJournal ArticleNNAfricaSouth AfricaEducation, Madrassahs, South Africa, Extremism, Democratic citizenship
82Wall, K.. Addressing Violent Extremism: Creating Spaces for Civil Society Engagement: Report of the Global Civil Society Conference2012The Civil Society Network for Human SecurityReportYY Violent Etxremism, Civil Society Enagement, CVE, PVE
83Wessells, M.Child soldiers, Peace education, and Post-conflict Reconstruction for Peace.2005Theory into PracticeJournal ArticleNY, Peace-Education, Post-Conflict, Child-Soldiers, Reconstruction
84Wolf, S., Torrente, C., Frisoli, P., Weisenhorn, N., Shivshanker, A., Annan, J., & Aber, J. L. Preliminary impacts of the “Learning to Read in a Healing Classroom” intervention on teacher well-being in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.2015Teaching & Teacher Education,Journal ArticleNYAfricaDRC
85Woodward, M., Rohmaniyah, I., Amin, A., & Coleman, D.Muslim Education, Celebrating Islam and Having Fun As Counter-Radicalization Strategies in Indonesia.2010Perspectives on TerrorismJournal ArticleYY Indonesia Muslim, Radicalization, Muslim Education,
86Yagnamurthy, S.How schools function in the districts affected by left-wing extremism in India.2013Asian Education and Development StudiesJournal ArticleNNAsia India
87Yasin, Z., & Farooqui, M. N.Sindh-Balochistan Reading Council: Improving Literacy to Counter Extremism in Pakistan.2012Reading TodayJournal ArticleNNAsia Pakistan
88Zeiger, S.
Disengagement and De-radicalization
2014HedayahResearch BriefYY
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89Zeiger, S.
Education and Countering Violent Extremism
2014HedayahResearch BriefYY
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90Zeiger, S. Narratives and Counter Narratives2014HedayahResearch BriefYY and Southeast AsiaNarratives of victims, survivors and formers for CVE
91Kilinc, C., & Zeiger, S. Risks, Challenges and Future Research in South and Southeast Asia2014HedayahResearch BriefYY and Southeast AsiaRisks, Challenges, Research Areas
92Kilinc, C., & Zeiger, S. Risks, Challenges and Future Research in Sahel, West Africa and the Horn of Africa2014HedayahResearch BriefYY, West Africa, Horn of AfricaRisks, Challenges, Research Areas
93Kilinc, C., & Zeiger, S. Risks, Challenges and Future Research in the Middle East2014HedayahResearch BriefYY EastRisks, Challenges, Research Areas
94GCERFNeeds Assessment Toolkit2016GCERFToolYY assessment
95Zeiger, S., & Aly., A. Countering Violent Extremism: Developing an evidence-base for policy and practice2015HedayahCompilation of case studiesYY evidence base, Policy, Practice, Narrative, DDR, Community
96Institute for Economics and PeaceGlobal Peace Index2015Institute for Economics and PeaceReportYY index, Quantifying peace, Trends in peace, trends in global violence, Economic value of peace, Positive peace
97Institute for Economics and PeaceGlobal Terrorism Index2015Institute for Economics and PeaceReportYY index, Global terrorism trends, Economic costs of terrorism, Drivers of terrorism
98Office for Victims of CrimeGuide to Conducting a Needs Assessment2010Office for Victims of CrimeTool/GuideYN assistance, Needs assessment
99GCTFGood Practices on Community Engagement and Community-Oriented Policing as Tools to Counter Violent Extremism2009GCTFReportYY practices, Community engagement