By Rohan Gunaratna, Jolene Jerard, Salim Mohamed Nasir
This distinctive paintings is the 1st to deal with the topic of neighborhood engagement suggestions in countering extremism, and explores the improvement and study of those recommendations. In so doing it demystifies the method of group engagement, whereas at the same time extolling the virtues of the floor breaking techniques to were successfully hired in Asia, the center East, and the West.
The publication then proceeds to check the efforts of neighborhood engagement made by means of a number of nations opposed to their precise operational and geopolitical environments. eventually, certain reference is made to the position and paintings of the media and non-government organisations to have performed potent neighborhood engagement efforts.
With contributions from authors of various backgrounds, together with media, the social prone, safeguard, and academia, this publication can be of curiosity to either most people and to researchers.
Readership: protection experts, practitioners of neighborhood engagement, psychologists, coverage makers, lecturers and researchers operating within the box of defense reports.
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We thus had a community leaders’ dialogue where then-Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong and Cabinet Ministers met with 1600 communal and civic leaders in a closed door meeting. The Internal Security Department shared with the audience its findings, and the key message was that the JI’s jihadist terrorism was the work of a few and not representative of the Muslim community. It is certainly not a problem with Islam. 1 Framing the issue as a national security problem affecting all Singaporeans of all races and religions was important.
Countering Extremism: Building Social Resilience through Community Engagement by Rohan Gunaratna, Jolene Jerard, Salim Mohamed Nasir