Preventing extremism in the Horn of Africa

2018-09-28

This overview presents preliminary findings from ongoing research in the Horn of Africa that aims to promote effective, evidence-based approaches to preventing and countering violent extremism. The research explores a wide range of project design and evaluation elements, as well as challenges and lessons for preventing and countering extremism in Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania and Uganda.


About the authors

Denys Reva is a consultant to the Transnational Threats and International Crime Programme at the ISS.

Cheryl Frank is the head of the Transnational Threats and International Crime Programme at the ISS.

Isel van Zyl is a junior researcher in the Transnational Threats and International Crime Programme at the ISS.

Picture: ©Amelia Broodryk/ISS

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