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Prior to the contest, the Mission had organized two expert-led workshops in Sarajevo and Banja Luka to help prepare the students for developing a script representing their view about an individuals path to violent extremism and different types of radicalization.
He said since radicalization in Pakistan was caused by both external and internal issues, adding it was important to enhance focus on soft approaches; reduce collateral damage in counter-terrorism operations; find a regional solution to Afghanistan.
Observer - New York Terror Attack Points to Growing Radicalization of Uzbeks, by Les Neuhaus, 1 November 2017
com/how-radicalization-happens-and-who-is-at-risk-52248) Radicalization  refers to a step-by-step process whereby individuals become increasingly susceptible to jihadi ideas.
Patel spoke in depth on the impact of postpartum depression, in conjunction with personal trauma that enables radicalization to be a successful, transformative process.
First there is a worldwide upsurge both in social polarization and in the attention given to different forms of radicalization leading to violence (religious, neo-Nazi, white supremacist, and others).
Diego Gambetta and Steffen Hertog's book Engineers of Jihad: The Curious Connection between Violent Extremism and Education is an important contribution to the expanding literature on radicalization studies.
The authors gathered information on all of them and built a database--the Elcano Database on Jihadists in Spain (EDBJS) (a)--so as to study empirically, among other topics, their socio-demographic characterization, patterns of terrorist involvement, and radicalization processes before their detention.
In 2016, in the wake of several high-profile terrorist attacks in Europe, CT launched an international initiative on prison radicalization to raise awareness of this issue, and to galvanize countries to do more to minimize the radicalization process and continued criminal dealings in prisons.
The article includes a review of academic literature in the fields of radicalization and CVE in order to holistically understand the drivers of radicalization and violent extremism, and the best means of combating them.
Investigators should consider how the accused terrorist managed to hide in the Molenbeek district of Brussels for four months and why some Muslim neighborhoods have higher rates of radicalization than others.
Editors Lombardi, Ragab, Chin, Dandurand, Divitiis, and Burato present readers with a collection of academic and expert positions on the reduction of terrorism through the countering of violent extremism and radicalization in youth.
The main objectives of the strategy include the prevention of violent radicalization of individuals or groups in Bulgaria, countering of the dissemination of terrorist and radical propaganda and recruitment of members of terrorist organizations, the government said in a statement following a weekly meeting on Wednesday.
Rome, Italy - The Philippines has no radicalization problems similar to the threat posed by Islamic State group elsewhere in the world, President Aquino declared last Friday.
In the shadows of the political spotlight on BU1-C51, which is aimed at disrupting terrorist threats and efforts to recruit Canadians (see PMC 2015a), is a quiet and ongoing effort to intervene earlier in the radicalization process, including a new Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) policy by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to work with parents, youth, mosques, and Muslim community leaders to facilitate early identification and intervention into the radicalization process (Hall 2015).