14 – 16 June 2021

Oslo III

Digital Conference

Tides of Change

Emerging Trends in Violent Extremism and the Future of Prevention

The third Oslo global Preventing Violent Extremism Conference hosted by UNDP, and in partnership with the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, aimed to understand how the violent extremism landscape has evolved since the onset of COVID-19 and to distil lessons for future research, policy and programming.

Day 1

Pandemics, shocks and recoveries: The impact on violent extremism

Day 2

There and back again: Emerging evidence from radicalization to rehabilitation

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Day 3

Back to the future: What does the future of preventing violent extremism efforts look like?

UNDP Preventing Violent Extremism, Freedom from Fear

In a globalized world, we all feel the impacts of violent extremism. As we face further uncertainty amplified by a global pandemic, violent extremists have been harnessing their narratives to drive divisions. See why it is now more important than ever to come together to focus on eradicating the root causes of violent extremism, and how UNDP is working across the word to prevent it.

Voices from the Ground

Fathimath Azza

Director General at Ministry of Education, Maldives

Father Pascal Djeumegued

Member of the Observatory for Human Rights in Far North Cameroon

Virtual Photo Exhibition: Portraits of Violent Extremism in South-East Asia