Strong Cities Network Africa Summit: Supporting City-Led Efforts to Address Hate, Polarisation and Extremism
29/11/2021 - 03/12/2021
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Policy to Practice: Multi-Stakeholder action planning, coordination, and programmes: the role of cities and other sub-national governments
Policy to Practice: Multi-Stakeholder action planning, coordination, and programmes: the role of cities and other sub-national governments
Keynote speaker: Dr. Rosalind Nyawira, Director of National Counterterrorism Center Kenya 

When discussing the importance of action planning, several cities worldwide have developed city-based P/CVE action plans.  This session focuses on the importance of multi stakeholder action planning, curriculums developed on developing multi-stakeholder P/CVE programming as well as coordination mechanisms from implementers.

Panel I: Curriculums on developing Multi-Stakeholder P/CVE intervention programs

Panel II: Multi-Stakeholder Coordination Mechanism
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"Whole of Society" P/CVE during Covid-19
"Whole of Society" P/CVE during Covid-19
Keynote speaker: Jessica Lapenn, US Ambassador to Africa Union

Over the past two years, a global pandemic has shifted the way countries and international organisations work on P/CVE. This session would focus on the impact of COVID-19 on community cohesion and polarisation and look at community cohesion practices that are aiding communities during this pandemic.

Panel I: The Impact of COVID-19 on P/CVE

Panel II: Implications for Cooperation Between Cities and Civil Society
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15:00
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Youth Inclusion in P/CVE
Youth Inclusion in P/CVE
Keynote speaker: Hon. Nadia Ahmed, Kenya Government Department of Youth & ICT 

Youth inclusion is fundamental in all P/CVE efforts. Youth Inclusion is vast and not limited to ensuring youth are beneficiaries of P/CVE efforts, but also including youth in the development and roll-out of programmes. Additionally, discussing the importance of utilising cultural and traditional norms when designing youth inclusion programming and the impact on P/CVE.

Panel I: Implications for Cooperation Between Cities and Civil Society

Panel II: Leveraging on Cultural and Traditional Norms
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15:00
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