K(no)w Extremism is a 12 months-long project which aims to improve youth workers knowledge, skills and attitudes in extremist violence prevention and counter extremist-narratives, by responding directly to the needs expressed by youth with regard to their understanding of and participation in the counter-violent extremism process.
Thus, the project determining factors, respond directly to cve local realities; lessons from our experience indicate that generalization only increases alienation for people, rather than, being empowered to overcome differences. The project has two main goals:
The objectives are to strengthen the role of youth organizations in countering violent extremism; and promote the role of intercultural dialogue and gender mainstreaming in countering violent extremism and radicalization. At the end of the first training course:
2. Reinforce the civil society's framework against discrimination, radicalization, extremist violence and extremist narratives.
The objectives are to enhance effective counter violent extremism work within youth organisations and promote effective activism and campaigning against against extremist narratives and hate speech. At the end of the second training course:
08 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
85% GOES TO PROGRAMMES
35 PROJECTS EXECUTED
50 PARTNERS ENGAGED
1200 YOUTH REACHED/YEAR