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Los Angeles Framework for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism

Los Angeles Framework for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism

Publish date

01/31/2018

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Private Member 1

This proposal outlines a community-centered framework for preventing and countering violent extremism. The Los Angeles framework is based on a three-pillared approach, using prevention, intervention, and interdiction. Within these focus areas, outlined partnerships and policies include: issue-based educational workshops, town hall meetings, elevating the voice of faith leaders for nonviolence, community awareness briefings, integration services for refugees and asylees, and inter-generational cooperation.

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