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NCTC Conducts Public Participation on Revised National Strategy to Counter Violent Extremism | Citizen Support

The National Counter Terrorism Centre (NCTC) has launched a second round of public participation to gather feedback on the revised National Strategy to Counter Violent Extremism (NSCVE). The initiative aims to incorporate valuable insights and perspectives from a wide range of stakeholders, including community leaders, civil society organizations, security experts, and the general public.

The NCTC’s initial consultation phase yielded significant input, which has informed the development of a draft document aimed at addressing emerging threats, incorporating good practices, and strengthening collective resilience against violent extremism. The revised strategy seeks to build on the lessons learned from the previous 2016 strategy, which has been credited with reducing cases of violent extremism in the country.

The NCTC is seeking to engage with the public and its partners to present the draft document and solicit feedback. This is part of the constitutional requirement to gather public views on the review process. The revised strategy is anchored in the Constitution, Law, and Policy, and has been reorganized into working groups to mobilize local actors and deliver clear outcomes.

Source: Lubao FM



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