The EU-funded project CEAR – Community engagement against radicalisation, produced the Youth CVE and Campaigning Toolkit. It is dedicated to improving the understanding of front-line practitioners, activists and professionals working in the field of youth-facing counter-violent extremism (CVE) efforts.

The Toolkit acts as a simple guide to the field, starting with definitions and theory surrounding CVE, providing some tips for identifying and countering extremism amongst youth, and offering a step-by-step project-development process that CVE practitioners can deploy in their communities.

While comprehensive, this guide is not meant to be deployed alone, and so the project team recommended utilising the full breadth of readings, tools, case studies and resources CEAR offer throughout the toolkit.

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