Youth Led Pathways From Extremism

Mark Brennan, Pat Dolan, Haras Rafiq, Colleen Connolly-Ahern, Rosemary Jolly, and Sarah Eissler
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This is a 'white paper' published by a global network of UNESCO Chairs on Children, Youth and Communities. it contaiuns a range of recommendations for the development of youht led pathways from extremism. The white paper focuses on "five settings in which youth engagement is particularly useful in the fight against extremism and beyond". These parallel, and are embedded within, the UNESCO Empowering Youth to Build Peace anti-extremism framework:Youth Empowerment Online and in their Communities; Youth as Researchers; Youth as Communicators and Change Agents; Engaging Youth in Media Campaigns
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