By being one of the contributors to the GCTF Rome Memorandum of Good Practices on Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Violent Extremist Offenders, the topic is an important part of ICCT’s work. With the aim of implementing these Good Practices, the Centre developed a Training Course on the topic which so far has been delivered twice in the Philippines. In 2015, ICCT also started with the development of an Intake and Risk Assessment Tool in collaboration with other experts in the field. The Centre’s focus on this topic has so far mainly been on the prison setting, in both its publications and projects, with the goal of assisting governments in designing and implementing effective rehabilitation and reintegration programmes for Violent Extremist Offenders, and to minimise the spread of violent extremist ideology in prison settings.


Perspective | 19 Feb 2019
Reintegration in Indonesia: Extremists, Start-ups and Occasional Engagements

In this Perspective, Cameron Sumpter discusses the transitions back into society among recently released extremist prisoners in Indonesia.

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