The Vulnerable Offline Online Study

The Vulnerable Offline/Online and VEO’s in Kenya Reports April 12, 2022 Executive Summary As inherently social creatures, humans are natural storytellers, utilizing narratives to imbue meaning into their surroundings—a profound tool for the persuasion process. Narratives weave intricate connections, effectively shaping and solidifying power structures within both offline and online realms. These narratives possess potent

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Socializing PCVE through the CAps in Kenya

Socializing the Prevention and Countering Extremism Process in Kenya Reports December 15, 2021 Executive Summary The strategies employed by development partners and governments to counter violent extremism and terrorism have increasingly shifted their focus towards engaging local actors, involving civil society, and promoting grassroots responses within communities. This approach operates under the assumption that widening

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