CVE EXCHANGE: KENYA – NIGERIA (SESSION 2)

Common Ground Centre is an independent research and outreach institute with particular focus on the development of context-based functional responses to the different forms of challenges of reciprocal conflicts, violent extremism and public diplomacy.

The CGC team has extensive knowledge and experience from a wide range of countries in the Middle and Near East, North Africa and East Africa where we have previously worked with higher learning institutions, foreign diplomatic missions, government ministries and agencies in diverse calls for creative responses. Within these working environments, the CGC team demonstrated the ability to focus on drawing attention to the importance of diversity and establishing common intercultural/inter-religious linkage points as a starting point for collaborative action.

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Radicalization and deradicalization in the management of violence & terrorism: The significance roles of governments and religious bodies.

 

This session is set to explore the effective mechanisms of interventions and actions that the Nigerian and Kenyan governments and religious bodies that should be scaled up, rather than being ignored or less supported.

Date: March 25th, 2017

Time: 3:00 pm EAT (1:00 pm in Lagos, Nigeria/3:00 pm in Nairobi, Kenya)

Discussants

Kenya:

  • Emmastella Gakuo;
  • Victor Ndede;
  • Winny Chepkwony.

Nigeria:

  • Imrana Buba;
  • Joshua Alade;
  • Gbenga Isaac Oni;
  • Rachel Dibal Karu.

Drop your questions and comments on Twitter using the hashtag #CVEEXCHANGE to be featured and answered during the session.

This webcast is currently at capacity; join the conversation on Saturday March 25th 2017, at 3pm EAT (1pm Lagos, Nigeria/3pm Nairobi, Kenya) below

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