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Active Measures CND Integrity Initiative visit to Oslo CND Integrity Initiative visit to Oslo, 29-31 Aug 2016 Programme 29 August 1730 -1900 Meeting with Cecilie Prebensen and E Africa team, National Youth Council, re Daesh info and the radicalisation of youth 1930 Dinner meeting with Chris Prebensen and Sven Ullring (former Chairman of Fridtjof Nansen Institute) on getting the Norwegians’ attention 30 August 1000 – 1130 Discussion with Kristin Ven Bruusgård Institute for Defence Studies, MOD (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Russian infowar and hybrid war 1130 - 1300 Seminar at the Norwegian Atlantic Committee, Chair – Secretary General Kate Hansen Bundt (email@example.com):
« Leur fort pourcentage (20 % à 25 %) montre qu’il ne s’agit pas de la radicalisation d’une partie de la population musulmane, observe-t-il.
Currently, for example, radicalisation to violent extremism is conducted primarily through cyber means, targeting youth.
Such approach may help expose and challenge such ideologies, building resilience against radicalisation, and as a means of rehabilitating the perpetrators.
Radicalisation to violent extremism is now conducted primarily through cyber means.
child sexual exploitation, bullying, FGM, radicalisation, sexting and others.
Scholars and political/media analysts and social scientist have advocated that deprivation, social exclusion, discrimination, high rate of unemployment amongst Muslim youth, under achievers at schools are the main causes of radicalisation and extremism including lack of social integration and cohesion.
As citizens become more disengaged they become more isolated, and more at risk from radicalisation.