Who are we?
On 27 October 2016, 28 January 2017 and 24-25 February 2017, we announce our involvement in the Network of Civil Activists against Violent Extremism, by endorsing the decision to sign the Code of Honor of the Network, as follows:
First: Setting standards by which the work of all constituents of the network is organized.
Second: This Charter is a guiding guide and a moral and ethical commitment through which the programs and activities of the Network and its employees are organized, in order to serve its objectives and principles as stipulated in the founding paper.
Third: The network works to achieve its objectives by adopting three mechanisms:
- National research
- Development of preventive and speech work
- Follow-up and monitoring
- These moral obligations are based on the following rules
CAFA delegation Constantin of Secretary General Mrs. Samia Daoula (Secretary General), Mr. Abdelwahab Ben Hafaiedh (President of the Applied Social Sciences Forum), and Mr. Alabandine Al-Jourchi (member of CAFA Executive Board) visited the Community [...]
Violent extremism and the underlying forces of radicalization are among the most pervasive challenges of our time. While violent extremism is not confined to any age, sex, group or community, young people are particularly [...]
During October 2017, a research team conducted a survey on the prevention of violent extremism and resilience through the relationship between parents and children. The sample included 1207 interviewees....
The National Counterterrorism Commission and Hidaya Foundation organized a meeting of experts and representatives of civil activities on November 1, in the presence of Dr. Abdelwahab Ben Hafaiedh, President of the Applied Social Science Forum [...]
On October 16-17, The Centre for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence (CPRLV), and the "National Response Program" of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, held a seminar on “the Early Support for individuals who are [...]
CAFA participation in workshops on the role of Civil Society in the processes of Eliminating Extremism
Partenaires des Nations Unis (l’United Nations Counter –Terrorism Committe Executive Directorate) et de la CNLCT , 9 institutions membres du réseau CAFA ont assisté aux différents workshops destinés au rôle de la société civile [...]