The State of the Global P/CVE Agenda
The report is driven by the recognition that, more than 17 years after the 9/11 attacks, the terrorism threat is both more global and local than ever and that military and security-focused operations in isolation do not end terrorist movements. Governments cannot prevent radicalization and recruitment or build community resilience to violent extremism on their own. They need to work in partnership with non-governmental and local actors. The report offers a critical appraisal of the strengths and weaknesses of the P/CVE agenda and the comparative advantages of the various government and non-governmental, national and local, security and non-security stakeholders around the globe that are increasingly involved in this “whole of society” approach to the challenge of violent extremism.