Through five years of promoting better futures in communities at risk of radicalisation and recruitment to violent extremism worldwide, GCERF is beginning to understand how women can be change agents.
As anticipated – and as underscored recently by both the president and his secretary of state — a renewed commitment to multilateralism will be a defining feature of the Biden-Harris
The Biden administration will face a multiplicity of challenges on day one. Armed conflict and instability in countries that matter for U.S. interests will be chief among them.
While the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund has only been operating for six years, it has shown the effectiveness of localization in preventing and countering violence extremism, according to
Stefano Manservisi has been appointed the new Chair of the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF), the global fund for preventing violent extremism.
As travel, study and work are curtailed by the coronavirus pandemic and state responses to it, audiences are spending more time at home and online.
Just when more investment is required to push back against extremist agendas and bolster resilience, less is now available.
While the world’s attention appropriately focuses on the health and economic impacts of COVID-19, the threat of violent extremism remains, and has in some circumstances been exacerbated during the crisis.
National action plans are not easily comparable–some follow UN guidelines more than others, many incorporate existing national legislation and all intend to respond to the national context. GCERF Executive Director.