Session 1 | November 10, 2020
Approaches to Community Policing and CVE
- Ms. Phyllis Muema
- Dr. Émile Ouédraogo
- “Preventing Terrorism and Countering Violent Extremism and Radicalization that Lead to Terrorism: A Community-Policing Approach,” Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, (OSCE) 2014, pp: 61-94.
- “Radicalisation au terrorisme: que faire? Tendre la main rapidement,” December 21, 2015.
- Romi Sigsworth, “Harnessing public engagement for police accountability in Africa,” Institute for Security Studies, December 2019.
Session 2 | November 17–18, 2020
Challenges and Opportunities to Effective Community Policing in CVE
- Ms. Jaki Mbogo
- Mr. Faycel Bouchrara
- Lillian Dang, “Violent Extremism and Community Policing in Tanzania,” USIP, March 19, 2019.
- Oluwakemi Okenyodo, “Governance, Accountability, and Security in Nigeria,” Africa Security Brief No. 31, Africa Center for Strategic Studies, June 21, 2016.
Also available in French and Portuguese.
- “Une arme à double tranchant: comités de vigilance et contre-insurrections africaines,” International Crisis Group, Sepember 2017.
Also Available in English.
Session 3 | November 24–25, 2020
National-Local Engagement in CVE
- Dr. Nate Allen
- Ms. Munira Hamisi
- “The role of cities in preventing and countering violent extremism in East and West Africa,” The Strong Cities Network, June 2017.
- Ken Menkhaus, “If Mayors Ruled Somalia: Beyond the State-Building Impasse,” Nordic Africa Institute Policy Note 2, 2014.
Session 4 | December 1–2, 2020
Youth and Gender Responsive Approaches to Community Policing in CVE
- Mr. Abdoul Kassim Fomba
- Ms. ‘Kemi Okenyodo
- UNDP, “Frontlines: Young people at the forefront of preventing and responding to violent extremism,” 2019.
- Theophilus Ekpon, “Le Rôle des Jeunes dans la Prévention de l’Extrémisme Violent dans le Bassin du Lac Tchad,” La Plateforme de la société civile pour la consolidation de la paix et le renforcement de l’État (CSPPS), 2017.
- “Penser Le Genre Dans Les Réponses À L’extrémisme Violent en Tunisie.”
- ‘Kemi Okenyodo, “The Role of Women in Preventing, Mitigating and Responding to Violence and Violent Extremism in Nigeria,” Chapter 5 of Naureen Chowdhury Fink, Sara Zeiger, and Rafia Bhulai, eds., A Man’s World? Exploring the Roles of Women in Countering Terrorism and Violent Extremism. Hedayah, 2016.
Session 5 | December 8–9, 2020
Community-based Endeavors to Reintegrating Former Fighters
- Mr. Peter Olowo
- Dr. Anneli Botha
- Christina Nemr and Rafia Bhulai, “Civil Society’s Role in Rehabilitation and Reintegration Related to Violent Extremism,” The Global Observatory, June 25, 2018.
- James Khalil, Rory Brown, Chris Chant, Peter Olowo and Nick Wood, “Deradicalisation and Disengagement in Somalia Evidence from a Rehabilitation Programme for Former Members of Al-Shabaab,” Whitehall Report 4-18, Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI), January 2019.
- Saïbou Issa et Nadine Machikou, “Réintégration des ex-associés de Boko Haram Perspectives de la région de l’Extrême Nord du Cameroun,” Global Center on Cooperative Security, février 2019.
Session 6 | December 15–16, 2020
Case Study: Breaking the Cycle of Violence in Garissa County, Kenya
- Mr. Christopher Wakube
- Christopher Wakube, Thomas Nyagah, James Mwangi and Larry Attree, “Inside Kenya’s war on terror: breaking the cycle of violence in Garissa” Saferworld, 2017.