Protect to Prevent: Enabling Central Asians to Protect Religious Freedom as a Preventative to Addressing Violent Extremism project (October 2019 to December 2021) laid the foundation for both state and non-state actors, especially youth, to reduce discrimination on religious grounds in Central Asia and prevent radicalization that leads to violence. It took on a multi-layer approach to promote the freedom of religion and belief (FoRB) at regional, country, and community levels across Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.
Protect to Prevent: Enabling Central Asians to Protect Religious Freedom as a Preventative Approach to Addressing Violent Extremism
Created 09/08/2022 Type: Analysis, Briefing Paper, Conflict Snapshot, Evaluation, Report Region: Asia Location: Global Language: English Theme: Asia Religious & Ethnic Freedom, Democracy & Governance, Peace & Security, Peacebuilding, Protection & Inclusion, Religious Freedom, Youth, Peace & Security
Created 02/02/2022 Type: Report Subject: Behavioural Change
Created 01/13/2022 Type: Blog Subject: Conflict Sensitivity