On September 29, 2016, the RESOLVE Network held its inaugural Fall Forum to an audience of over 150 researchers, policymakers and practitioners at the US Institute of Peace in Washington, DC. Network Partners from around the world convened in the first major meeting since the launch of the Network in 2015, celebrating the Secretariat's work to set an agenda for research, launch the new Network website and Data Portal, and participate in panel discussions on cutting edge research and analysis on violent extremism.
Miss the event? Click through the links below for snapshots and more from #RESOLVEForum.
Watch the Webcast - "Violent Extremism: Setting Priorities for Research"
Read the New Publication
Formally launched during #RESOLVEForum, the Network Secretariat has made available its first working paper "Building Consensus and Setting Priorities for Research on Violent Extremism." The paper presents the preliminary results of the RESOLVE Network Secretariat's consultations with the network’s organizational partners and a diverse group of eighty prominent academics, practitioners, and policymakers, who shared their views on research priorities for the CVE community of practice.
Explore the New Website
In partnership with the PeaceTech Lab, the RESOLVE Network team developed the Network Knowledge Platform as well as a Data Laboratory to assist researchers and laypeople alike in visualizing and understanding what violent extremism looks like and how we can use openly available data to triangulate its impacts at the regional and national level.
#RESOLVEForum was trending on Twitter, peaking at #1 for the DC area and #35 for the USA. Scroll down to view the highlights or see the live thread on Twitter at #RESOLVEForum