Preventing violent extremism: South Africa’s place in the world

2016-12-15

The prevention of violent extremism (PVE) has become a priority for the global community. This policy brief examines the global environment in terms of policy and implementation frameworks, and explores South Africa’s position in this prevention context. Recommendations are made as to how South Africa should take PVE forward, based on the risks in evidence at the moment.


About the authors

Cheryl Frank is the head of the Transnational Threats and International Crime Division at the Institute for Security Studies.

Denys Reva is a consultant with the Transnational Threats and International Crime Division at the Institute for Security Studies.

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