Despite efforts to prevent violent extremism in Kenya over the past several years, the problem persists. The situation is complicated by a lack of consensus about whether programmes to counter radicalisation and violent extremism are working.
This seminar reflects on current prevention efforts in Kenya and how they can be better designed for greater positive impact and social cohesion. Those working in the sector are encouraged to participate and share their experiences.
Chair: Mohamed Daghar, Researcher, ISS Nairobi
Yusuf Lule, Executive Director, Human Rights Agenda
Martine Zeuthen, Senior Research Fellow, Royal United Services Institute
Dominic Walaba, Chairman, Crime Journalists Association of Kenya