STRIVE Juvenile

Events

CCPCJ Special Event on 'The UNODC Roadmap on the Treatment of Children Associated with Terrorist and Violent Extremist Groups'

News

Launch of STRIVE Juvenile in Iraq to combat terrorist and violent extremism recruitment and exploitation of children

Focus

After the Bali Call for Action, Indonesia through BNPT joined the STRIVE Juvenile Partnership funded by the EU

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STRIVE Juvenile Nigeria 1st RoundTable & Steering Committee Meeting led by the Office of the National Security Adviser... read more
Launch of STRIVE Juvenile in Iraq to combat terrorist and violent extremism recruitment and exploitation of children... read more
1st STRIVE Juvenile Project Coordination Meeting (PCM) in Indonesia led by the National Counter-Terrorism Agency (BNPT) and co-chaired by the EU and UNODC... read more
Presentation of STRIVE Juvenile during the 30th CCPCJ Special Event on the 'UNODC Roadmap', which gathers high-level speakers from partner countries... read more
Nigeria and its Office of the National Security Advisor, together with the EU and UNODC, launched the STRIVE Juvenile project in Nigeria... read more
Indonesia through BNPT joined the STRIVE Juvenile Partnership funded by the EU and will cooperate with UNODC to prevent and counter violent extremism affecting children... read more
14th UN Crime Congress Special Event “The UNODC Roadmap on the Treatment of Children Associated with Terrorist and Violent Extremist Groups”... read more

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UNODC Special Event

E-Press Kit

During the Special Event, the new project STRIVE Juvenile has been presented. STRIVE Juvenile: Preventing and Responding to Violence against Children by Terrorist and Violent Extremist Groups is a three-year (2021-2024), EUR 5.5 million initiative by the European Union and UNODC. The project aims to partner with the selected countries, the Republic of Indonesia, the Republic of Iraq and the Federal Republic of Nigeria, for the development and implementation of comprehensive national responses to prevent and counter violent extremism affecting children, in full respect of human rights, gender equality and international law... Read more 

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