Surveys and Countering Violent Extremism

The intent of this practitioner guide is to better acquaint development practitioners with the use of surveys in preventing or countering violent extremism (CVE). Surveys are an excellent way to gather systematic data about violent extremism, as well as the behaviors and attitudes of the general public or important segments of the population such as victims, potential perpetrators, and even extremists themselves. They can capture information about the drivers of violent extremism and reveal which are the most significant, in what areas, and among whom. When applied to programming, surveys can improve the targeting and design of projects and can measure results.

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