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No.Author (s)TitleYearSourceTypePublic Availabilty (yes/no) PDF (yes/no) LinkRegionCountry of FocusKeywords
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1Abbasi, M. A. Towards the De-radicalization of Pakistani Society: The Need for a Balanced and Progressive Education System2014The Dialogue Journal ArticleYYhttp://www.qurtuba.edu.pk/thedialogue/The%20Dialogue/9_3/Dialogue_July_September2014_255-270.pdf AsiaPakistanRadicalization, Education, Tolerance, Extremism,
Citizens’ skills, Multiple-streams
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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 MarylandArticleYyhttp://drum.lib.umd.edu/bitstream/handle/1903/15610/are_the_better_educated_less_likely_to_support_militancy_and_terrorismfinal__101512.pdf?sequence=1AsiaPakistanExtremism, Terrorism, Education, Gender
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3Akram, J., & Richardson, R.Citizenship education for all or preventing violent extremism for some? — choices and challenges for schools2009Race Equality TeachingJournal ArticleYYhttp://www.insted.co.uk/citizenship-education.pdfEuropeUnited KingdomViolence Prevenetion, Citizens' Education, Muslim, Religion
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4Allan, H. & Glazzard, A. Drivers of Violent Extremism: Hypotheses and Literature Review2015Royal United Services InstituteArticleYYhttp://r4d.dfid.gov.uk/pdf/outputs/Misc_Gov/Drivers_of_Radicalisation_Literature_Review.pdfDrivers of Violent Extremism, CVE
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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
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6Andrabi, T., Das, J., Khwaja, A. I., & Zajonc, T.Religious School Enrollment in Pakistan: A Look at the Data2006Comparative Education ReviewArticleYYhttp://www-wds.worldbank.org/servlet/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2005/02/28/000112742_20050228152509/Rendered/PDF/wps3521.pdfAsiaPakistanEducation, School Enrollment, Madarassa, Statistical Data
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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
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8Beider, H. & Briggs, R.Promoting community cohesion and preventing violent extremism in higher and further education2010Coventry: Institute of Community CohesionReportYYhttp://www.cohesioninstitute.org.uk/live/images/cme_resources/public/documents/publications/promoting-community-cohesion.pdfEuropeUnited KingdomCommunity Cohesion, PVE, Colleges and Universities, Findings, Recommendations
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9Bell, P. Countering Al Qaeda-Inspired Violent ExtremismN.DAlbany Associates ArticleYYhttp://www.smartcomms.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Countering-AlQaeda-Inspired-Violent-Extremism-Albany-Associates-May-20132.pdfEurope Al Qaeda, CVE
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10Berrebi, C.Evidence about the link between education, poverty and terrorism among Palestinians2007Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public PolicyJournal ArticleYYhttp://public-policy.huji.ac.il/.upload/segel/ClaudeBerrebi/EvidenceAbouttheLinkBetweenEducation.pdfMiddle EastPalestineEducation, Poverty, Terrorism, Hamas, Suicide bomber, Suicide attacks
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11Bhui, K., Warfa, N., & Jones, E.Is violent radicalisation associated with poverty, migration, poor self-reported health and common mental disorders?2014PloS OneJournal ArticleYYhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3944722/pdf/pone.0090718.pdfAsiaBangledesh/PakistanPoverty, Migration, Terrorism
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12Bush, K.D & Salterili, D. The Two Faces of Education in Ethnic Conflict; Towards a Peacebuilding Education for Children2000UNICEFReportYYhttps://www.unicef-irc.org/publications/pdf/insight4.pdfGlobal/Multi-CountriesEducation, Ethnic Conflict, Peacebuilding, Peace Education
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13Checa Hidalgo, D.The role of peace culture and education in preventing cultural religious radicalization2009Studying and Preventing the Radicalization of Islam (Project).BookNN
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14Christmann. KPreventing Religious Radicalisation and Violent Extremism A Systematic Review of the Research Evidence.2012Youth Justice Board
Review Article
YYhttps://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/396030/preventing-violent-extremism-systematic-review.pdfEuropeUnited KingdomRadicalization, Youth, Terrorism, Muslims, PVE
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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
ThesisYYhttp://etheses.bham.ac.uk/3197/1/Clinch_11_App_ed_Psy_D_vol1.pdfEuropeUnited KingdomPVE, Community, Extremism, Resilience
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16Curtis, L. A.U.S. aid to Pakistan : countering extremism through education reform2007Heritage FoundationArticleYYhttp://s3.amazonaws.com/thf_media/2007/pdf/hl1029.pdfAsiaPakistanPVE, Education, Madarassa, Extremism
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17Davies, L.Education against extremism2008aStoke on TrentBookYYhttps://www.oise.utoronto.ca/cld/UserFiles/File/DAVIESeducationagainstextremism.pdfGlobal/Multi-CountriesExtremism, Education, PVE
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18Davies, L.Gender, Education, Extremism and Security2008bCompare: A Journal of Comparative and International EducationJournal ArticleNYGlobal/Multi-CountriesGender, Education, Extremism, Security
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19Davies, L.Educating against extremism: towards a critical politicisation of young people2009International Review of EducationJournal ArticleNNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11159-008-9126-8Global/Multi-CountriesEducation, Extremism, Security, PVE
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20Davydov, D.The Causes of Youth Extremism and Ways to Prevent It in the Educational Environment2015Russian Education & SocietyJournal ArticleYYhttp://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/10609393.2015.1018745EuropeRussiaYouth Extremism, Prevention
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21Fair, C. C.Militant Recruitment in Pakistan: Implications for Al Qaeda and Other Organizations.2004Studies in Conflict & TerrorismJournal ArticleNN
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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.ReportYYhttp://www.globalcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/MeetingNote_FamiliesandCommunities_FINAL_May2014.pdfGlobal/Multi-CountriesResilience, Family, Community
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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 ArticleYYhttp://www.globalcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/AMansWorld_FULL.pdfGlobal/Multi-CountriesGender, Women Roles, CVE, PVE,
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24Fink, N.C, Bhulai, R.B & Zeiger, S.The Role of Education in Countering Violent Extremism.2013Hedayah and the Center on Global Counterterrorism CooperationReportYYhttp://www.hedayah.ae/pdf/role-of-education-in-countering-violent-extremism-meeting-report.pdf
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25Gearon, L.The Counter Terrorist Classroom: Religion, Education, and Security.2013Religious EducationJournal ArticleNYEurope Great Britain/United KingdomReligions, Culture, Religious education, Racism, Multicultural Education
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26Gereluk, D.Education, extremism and terrorism: what should be taught in citizenship education and why.2012New York: ContinuumBook*BookN
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27Denoeux, G. Guide to the Drivers of Violent Extremism 2009USAIDArticleYhttp://pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/Pnadt978.pdf
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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 ArticleYYhttp://dx.doi.org/10.4236/sm.2013.34039Europe
United Kingdom
Radicalisation; Extremism; Wellbeing; Social Cohesion; Prevention
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29Heller, S., Pollack, H. A., Ander, R., & Ludwig, J.Preventing youth violence and dropout: A randomized field experiment.2013National Bureau of Economic ResearchJournal ArticleYYhttp://web.pdx.edu/~noordijk/Noordijk/Index_files/NBER_w19014.pdfNorthern America United States of AmericaSchool drop out, Youth-Violence
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30Hedayah & Human Security CollectiveExpert Meeting on CVE, Security and Development2013Hedeyah & Human Security CollectiveMeeting NotesYYhttp://www.hscollective.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Meeting-Notes_Expert-Meeting-on-CVE_Feb2014.pdfCVE & Security, Development, Inter Agency Partenrships
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31Herrington, R. Emerging Practices in Design, Monitoring and Evaluation fro Education for Peacebuilding Programing 2015Search for Common Ground ReportYYhttp://dmeforpeace.org/sites/default/files/EP%20guide%20_%20Final%20B%201027.pdf
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32Heyneman, S. P.Education, Social Cohesion, and the Future Role of International Organizations.2003Peabody Journal of EducationJournal ArticleYYhttp://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/1493023.pdf?acceptTC=trueEductaion, Social Cohesion,
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33Heydemann, S. Countering Violent Extremism as a Field of Practice2014Countering Violent Extremism as a Field of Practice (USIP)NewsletterYYhttp://www.usip.org/sites/default/files/Insights-Spring-2014.pdfNigeria & PakistanCVE, Practice
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34Holmer, G.Creating Spaces for Effective CVE Approaches2014United States Institute of Peace (USIP)Peace BriefYYhttp://www.usip.org/sites/default/files/PB178_Creating-Spaces-for-Effective-CVE-Approaches.pdfAfricaKenyaConflict Analysis &Prevention, Countering Violent Extremism, Security Sector Governance
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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
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36Husin, Asna.“Islamic Peace Education: Changing Hearts and Minds.” In Qamar-ul Huda (Ed.)2012Crescent and Dove: Peace and Conflict Resolution in IslamBookNN
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37Integrity ActionA Practical Guide to Community Integrity Building2014Integrity ActionToolYYhttp://integrityaction.org/sites/default/files/publication/files/CIB_GuideENG_2014.pdfMultiple Countries Community Engagement, Tool Kit, Practical Guide
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38Kagioglidis, I.Religious Education and the Prevention of Islamic Radicalization: Albania, Britain, France and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.2009DTIC DocumentThesisYYhttp://www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?Location=U2&doc=GetTRDoc.pdf&AD=ADA508894Europe Multiple Countries Islamic
radicalization, Religious education, Terrorism
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39Kessels E. &Nemr C.Countering Violent Extremism and Development Assistance
Identifying Synergies, Obstacles, and Opportunities
2016Global Center on Cooperative Security Policy BriefYYhttp://www.globalcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Feb-2016-CVE-and-Development-policy-brief.pdfCVE, Aid, Development Assistance
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40Khalid, I.Topology of Extremism: Implication on the Contemporary Politics of Pakistan.2014South Asian StudiesJournal ArticleYYhttp://pu.edu.pk/images/journal/csas/PDF/2.%20Irum%20Khalid_29_1.pdfAsiaPakistanTerror, Implemented devises, Cross border terrorism, Militancy and
extremism, strategy
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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
YYhttp://www.stabilityjournal.org/articles/10.5334/sta.ee/AfricaKenya
CVE, Terrorism, Extremism
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42Krueger, A. B., & Maleckova, J.Education, Poverty, Political Violence and Terrorism: Is There a Causal Connection?.2002National Bureau of Economic Research.Journal ArticleYYhttp://www.rochester.edu/College/PSC/clarke/214/Krueger03.pdfMiddle EastMultiple Countries
Education, Poverty , Terrorism
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43Liht, J., & Savage, S.Preventing violent extremism through value complexity: Being Muslim Being British.2013Journal of Strategic SecurityJournal ArticleYYhttp://scholarcommons.usf.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1253&context=jssEurope
United Kingdom
PVE, Muslim, Radicalisation, Involvement in Extremism
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44Malik, M. S. A., Sandholzer, M., Khan, M. Z., & Akbar, S.Identification of Risk Factors Generating Terrorism in Pakistan.2014Terrorism and Political Violence,Journal ArticleNYhttp://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/09546553.2013.820184AsiaPakistanCauses, Risk factors, Risk management, Security risk, Terrorism
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45Malik, J.Madrasas in South Asia: Teaching Terror?.2007Taylor & FrancisBookNN
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46Martin-Rayo, F.Countering Radicalization in Refugee Camps: How Education an Help Defeat AQAP.2011Belfer Center, Harvard Kennedy School.ArticleYYhttp://belfercenter.hks.harvard.edu/files/Countering_radicalization-Martin-Rayo.pdfAfricaSomalia Terrorism, Recruitment, Radicalisation, Education, IDPs/Refugees
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47McClure, K. R.Madrasas and Pakistan’s education agenda: Western media misrepresentation and policy recommendations.2009International Journal of Educational DevelopmentJournal ArticleNYhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0738059309000054AsiaPakistanMadrasa, Islam, Fundamentalism, Media, Western
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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
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49Mercy Corps From Jordan to Jihad: The Lure Of Syria’s Violent Extremist Groups Research and RecommendationsN.DMercy CorpsPolicy BriefYYhttps://d2zyf8ayvg1369.cloudfront.net/sites/default/files/From%20Jordan%20to%20Jihad_0.pdfMiddle East
Jordan & Syria
CVE, Recuritment, Recommendations
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50Mercy Corps Youth & Consequences: Unemployment, Injustice and Violence2015Mercy CorpsReportYYhttps://www.mercycorps.org/sites/default/files/MercyCorps_YouthConsequencesReport_2015.pdfYouths, CVE, Unemployment, Injustice and Violence
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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
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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
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53Miller, J.REsilience, violent extremism and religious education.2013British Journal of Religious EducationJournal ArticleNYMultiple CountriesREsilience, Religious extremism, Violent extremism, Human
Rights; ‘honor’/honour
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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,ArticleYYhttps://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/116723/occ98.pdfMultiple CountriesResilience, Violent Extremism, Youth Crime, Al Qa’ida
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55Nelles, W.Comparative Education, Terrorism and Human Security: From Critical Pedagogy to Peacebuilding?2003Palgrave Macmillan.BookNNhttp://www.palgraveconnect.com/pc/doifinder/view/10.1057/9781403982391Northern America United States of America Policy, Education, Human Security,
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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
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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
Research Article
YYhttp://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/publications/pdf/Paolini.pdfEuropeIreland Friendship, aniexty, Group Variability, Generalization, Contact Hypothesis
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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
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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 ArticleYYhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3337995/pdf/10566_2011_Article_9155.pdfEuropeRadicalization Content of education Style of education Socialization
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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
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61Quaynor, L. J.Citizenship education in Post-conflict contexts: A review of the literature.2012Education, Citizenship and Social JusticeJournal ArticleNYhttp://esj.sagepub.com/content/7/1/33.full.pdfCitizenship Education, Civics, International, Literature Review, Post-conflict
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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, UKReportYYhttp://dera.ioe.ac.uk/3597/1/3597_DFE-RR120.pdfResilience, PVE, Extremiism, Gang Violence/Crime
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63Sian, K. P.Spies, surveillance and stakeouts: monitoring Muslim moves in British state schools.2015Race, Ethnicity & EducationJournal ArticleYYhttp://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/13613324.2013.830099EuropeUnited KingdomPVE, Education, Extremism, Islamophobia, Post-racial, Muslims
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64Sieckelinck, S., Kaulingfreks, F., & De Winter, M.Neither Villains Nor Victims: Towards an Educational Perspective on Radicalisation.2015British Journal of Educational StudiesJournal ArticleNNhttp://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00071005.2015.1076566Radicalisation, Education, Schools, Extremism, Idealism
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65Sikand, Y.Bastions of the Believers: Madrasas and Islamic Education in India.2005Penguin Books IndiaBookNNhttp://www.google.ae/books?id=dK6_IMuqWpoCAsiaIndiaMadrasa, Islamic education, Muslim, Taliban
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66Singer, P. W.Pakistan’s Madrassahs: Insuring a System of Education Not Jihad.2001Brookings InstitutionArticleYYhttp://www.brookings.edu/~/media/research/files/papers/2001/11/pakistan-singer/20020103.pdfAsiaPakistanMadrasa, Islamic education, Muslim, Taliban
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67Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills The role of further education colleges in preventing violent extremism: next steps.2009Department for Innovation, Universities and SkillsReportYYhttps://www.education.gov.uk/consultations/downloadableDocs/17193_DIUS_Next_Steps.pdf
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68GCTF Ankara Memorandum on Good Practices for a
Multi-Sectoral Approach to Countering Violent Extremism
NDReportYYhttps://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/Good%20Practices%20for%20Multi-Sectoral%20Approach%20to%20CVE-GCTF%20Report_0.pdfGood Practices, CVE
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69GCTF & HedayahThe Abu Dhabi Memorandum on Good Practices for Education and Countering Violent Extremism2014The Global Counterterrorism ForumReportYYhttps://www.thegctf.org/documents/10162/159880/14Sept19_GCTF+Abu+Dhabi+Memorandum.pdf
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70Romanuik, P. Does CVE Work?; Lessons Learned from the Global
Effort to Counter Violent Extremism
2015The Global Counterterrorism ForumReportYYhttps://cveforum.org/?fhmcbjld.0Defining CVE, Global Effort, Practices, Monitoring and Evaluating
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71Swedberg, J. & Smith, S. Mid-Term Evaluation of USAID‘S Counterextremism Programming In Africa2011USAIDReportYYAfricaMultiple Countries Evaluation, CVE, Programming
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Swedberg, J. & Reisman, L.
Mid-Term Evaluation of Three Countering Violent Extremism Projects2013USAIDReportYYhttp://pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/pdacx479.pdfAfricaMultiple Countries Evaluation, CVE, Programming
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73USAIDConflict Assesment Framework2012USAIDToolYYhttp://pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/pnady739.pdfFramework, Conflict
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74Terra ToolkitTerra Toolkit: Community Approach to Radicalisation2014TerraToolkitToolYYhttp://terratoolkit.eu/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/TERRATOOLKIT_FULL_PRINT_web_27.pdfRadicalisation, Tool Kit, Community, Teachers, Youth Workers, Police Officers, Religious Leaders
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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
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76United Kingdom Department for Children, Schools and FamiliesLearning Together to be Safe2008United Kingdom Department for Children, Schools and FamiliesReportYYhttp://dera.ioe.ac.uk/8396/1/DCSF-Learning%20Together_bkmk.pdfEurope
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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 NationsReportYYhttp://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001403/140370e.pdfMultiple Countries Education, Terrorism, Sciences, Culture, Communication, Information
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78UNESCOA Teacher's Guide on the Prevention of Violent Extremism NDUNESCOArticleNYhttp://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0024/002446/244676e.pdfViolent Extremism, PVE, Teaching, School
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79UN Inter-Agency Network on Youth Development’s (IANYD) Subgroup on Youth Participation in PeacebuildingGuiding Principles on Young People’s
Participation in Peacebuilding
2014IANYD. SFCG, United Nations Peacebuilding Support Office (PBSO) YYhttps://www.sfcg.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Guiding-Principles_EN.pdfOperational Guide, Peacebuilding, Youth Participation
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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).ArticleYYhttp://s3.amazonaws.com/inee-assets/resources/D._INEE_Round_Table_Background_Reading__FINAL_Veenkamp_Zeiger_Youth_CVE_NATO_ARW.pdfMultiple Countries Education, Youth, Family, Community, Radicalisation, Violent Extremism, Terrorism, Resilience
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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
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82Wall, K.. Addressing Violent Extremism: Creating Spaces for Civil Society Engagement: Report of the Global Civil Society Conference2012The Civil Society Network for Human SecurityReportYYhttp://www.humansecuritynetwork.net/documents/125374024/0/Report+of+the+June+26+Global+Conference+Addressing+Violent+ExtremismGlobal Violent Etxremism, Civil Society Enagement, CVE, PVE
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83Wessells, M.Child soldiers, Peace education, and Post-conflict Reconstruction for Peace.2005Theory into PracticeJournal ArticleNYhttp://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/3496980.pdf?acceptTC=trueTerrorism, Peace-Education, Post-Conflict, Child-Soldiers, Reconstruction
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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
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85Woodward, M., Rohmaniyah, I., Amin, A., & Coleman, D.Muslim Education, Celebrating Islam and Having Fun As Counter-Radicalization Strategies in Indonesia.2010Perspectives on TerrorismJournal ArticleYYhttp://terrorismanalysts.com/pt/index.php/pot/article/view/114Asia Indonesia Muslim, Radicalization, Muslim Education,
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86Yagnamurthy, S.How schools function in the districts affected by left-wing extremism in India.2013Asian Education and Development StudiesJournal ArticleNNAsia India
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87Yasin, Z., & Farooqui, M. N.Sindh-Balochistan Reading Council: Improving Literacy to Counter Extremism in Pakistan.2012Reading TodayJournal ArticleNNAsia Pakistan
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88Zeiger, S.
Disengagement and De-radicalization
2014HedayahResearch BriefYY
http://www.hedayah.ae/pdf/cve-research-brief-1.pdf
South and Southeast Asia
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89Zeiger, S.
Education and Countering Violent Extremism
2014Hedayah
Research Brief
YY
http://www.hedayah.ae/pdf/cve-research-brief-2.pdf
South and Southeast Asia
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90Zeiger, S. Narratives and Counter Narratives2014HedayahResearch BriefYYhttp://www.hedayah.ae/pdf/cve-research-brief-3.pdfSouth and Southeast AsiaNarratives of victims, survivors and formers for CVE
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91Kilinc, C., & Zeiger, S. Risks, Challenges and Future Research in South and Southeast Asia2014HedayahResearch BriefYYhttp://www.hedayah.ae/pdf/cve-research-brief-4.pdfSouth and Southeast AsiaRisks, Challenges, Research Areas
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92Kilinc, C., & Zeiger, S. Risks, Challenges and Future Research in Sahel, West Africa and the Horn of Africa2014HedayahResearch BriefYYhttp://www.hedayah.ae/pdf/cve-research-brief-5.pdfSahel, West Africa, Horn of AfricaRisks, Challenges, Research Areas
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93Kilinc, C., & Zeiger, S. Risks, Challenges and Future Research in the Middle East2014HedayahResearch BriefYYhttp://www.hedayah.ae/pdf/cve-research-brief-6.pdfMiddle EastRisks, Challenges, Research Areas
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94GCERFNeeds Assessment Toolkit2016GCERFToolYYhttp://www.gcerf.org/wp-content/uploads/Needs-Assessment-Toolkit2.pdfNeeds assessment
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95Zeiger, S., & Aly., A. Countering Violent Extremism: Developing an evidence-base for policy and practice2015HedayahCompilation of case studiesYYhttp://www.hedayah.ae/pdf/cve-edited-volume.pdfCVE evidence base, Policy, Practice, Narrative, DDR, Community
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96Institute for Economics and PeaceGlobal Peace Index2015Institute for Economics and PeaceReportYYhttp://www.visionofhumanity.org/sites/default/files/Global%20Peace%20Index%20Report%202015_0.pdfPeace index, Quantifying peace, Trends in peace, trends in global violence, Economic value of peace, Positive peace
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97Institute for Economics and PeaceGlobal Terrorism Index2015Institute for Economics and PeaceReportYYhttp://economicsandpeace.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Global-Terrorism-Index-2015.pdfTerrorism index, Global terrorism trends, Economic costs of terrorism, Drivers of terrorism
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98Office for Victims of CrimeGuide to Conducting a Needs Assessment2010Office for Victims of CrimeTool/GuideYNhttps://www.ovcttac.gov/taResources/OVCTAGuides/ConductingNeedsAssessment/welcome.htmlTechnical assistance, Needs assessment
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99GCTFGood Practices on Community Engagement and Community-Oriented Policing as Tools to Counter Violent Extremism2009GCTFReportYYhttps://www.thegctf.org/documents/10162/72352/13Aug09_Community+Engagement+and+Community-Oriented+Policing+Good+Practices+++.pdfGood practices, Community engagement
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