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Preventing Individual Pathways to Violent Extremism in Indonesia
Mr Cameron Sumpter Adjunct Fellow
Mr Cameron Sumpter
Targeted or “secondary” prevention strategies aim to identify individuals “at-risk” of involvement in violent extremist activity, and then attempt to divert them towards more constructive endeavours. Despite a number of shortcomings and controversies, such initiatives have been established in several nations. However, this approach has not been widely adopted in Indonesia, where prevention efforts are either more generally focused or involve those who have already committed crimes. This project is attempting to find out why.
|Region:||Southeast Asia and ASEAN|