Spotlight on Gender and P/CVE

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The topic of ‘gender and P/CVE’ has risen to prominence in recent years. ‘Gender’ in P/CVE has a number of meanings. It means that practitioners must think about gender when both understanding the problem and designing solutions to it. To this end, it is widely recognised that gender dynamics can play a significant role both in how an individual might become (self-) radicalised and in how violent extremists might target and recruit. With this in mind, it is important to empower both men and women to play a role in P/CVE and ensure that both male and female perspectives are considered when designing P/CVE approaches.

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