Every month, the RESOLVE Secretariat collates a digest of CVE-relevant, thematic must-reads to enrich the narrative around violent extremism.

WHAT WE'RE READING

This month, RESOLVE highlights recommended readings from the Policy Note, "Stigma, Shame, and Fear: Navigating Obstacles to Peace in Mindanao." In this note, author Haroro J. Ingram explores how stigma, shame, and fear may act as obstacles but also opportunities that need to be understood and…

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In honor of Women’s History Month, we are excited to highlight RESOLVE publications by women authors. With rapidly changing and complex dynamics in the study of conflict, security, and violent extremism, the significant contributions of women are often overlooked or misrepresented.

WHAT WE'RE READING

This month, RESOLVE highlights recommended readings from the Policy Note, "Tackling Women’s Support of Far-Right Extremism: Experiences from Germany." In this note, author Seran de Leede explores the wide-ranging motivations of women joining far-right extremist groups and the different roles they…

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This month, RESOLVE highlights recommended readings from the RESOLVE Policy Note, "Identity, Rituals, and Narratives: Lessons from Reentry and Reintegration after Genocide in Rwanda." In this note, author Hollie Nyseth Brehm outlines core findings from a case study of the experiences of…

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This month, RESOLVE highlights recommended readings from the RESOLVE Policy Note, "Transforming Community-Based Armed Groups into Community Security Providers." In this note, Moritz Schuberth discusses the possibility of CBAGs as an option for justice and security provision in the short term. He…

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This month, RESOLVE highlights recommended readings from Part I of the 2020 RESOLVE Network Global Forum, "Violent Extremism in 2020 and Beyond." At the virtual event, Mary Beth Altier, Amarnath Amarasingam, and Colin P.