FBVideoDownloader.info is a facebook video downloader online, this tool helps you download facebook videos by grabs direct links to download and save for free
It’s nearly a year since CAR successfully held peaceful, democratic elections, but there is still work to do securing the country against violence and instability. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Q&A: Central African Republic Waiting for Peace

Women are an overlooked component of violent extremism and its prevention. More must be done to understand their roles and motivations.

Women in Extremist Movements: Not Just Passive Victims

How can US-Chinese stakeholders work together for peace worldwide? Submit your ideas. #ChinaGrant

China Grant

In light of the UN Human Rights Council’s recent warning that ethnic cleansing is underway in #SouthSudan, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and USIP will host an urgent meeting on December 8th to discuss the risks for mass violence and options for upholding the global responsibility to prevent genocide.

Not On Our Watch in South Sudan

EVENT - facebook.com
Next week, help us recognize the 25th anniversary of Cambodia's Paris Peace Accords as we look back on the successes and political tensions that marked the years of implementation since 1991.

Cambodia’s Paris Peace Accords: 25 Years Later

EVENT - facebook.com
The role of women in Afghan society is central to many violent extremist narratives, but too little work is being done to understand what role women actually play in either supporting or preventing VE in their communities.

Afghan Women and Violent Extremism

What do the people of Afghanistan think about migration, ISIS, social media, political participation and gender equality? Find out Wednesday as The Asia Foundation joins us to launch the 2016 Survey of the Afghan People at 9:30 am ET #AfghanSurvey

Afghanistan in 2016: A Survey of the Afghan People

Please join us for a discussion on the 'Kigali Principles' - the 'best practices' for civilian protection in peacekeeping operations.

Implementing the ‘Kigali Principles’ for Peacekeeping

EVENT - facebook.com
USIP Fellow Robin Wright writes about how the quest for a caliphate will outlast ISIS.

After the Islamic State

The Colombia peace accord, deteriorating conditions and risk of genocide in South Sudan, plus the latest developments in Iraq’s fight to oust ISIS from Mosul - Nancy Lindborg discusses it all on Sirius-XM POTUS Channel 124.

President Nancy Lindborg on Colombia, South Sudan, and Iraq

For those of you who won't be able to join us for our event this morning in person, remember that you can still "attend" by watching our live webcast on the USIP website. Tune in at 10:00 a.m. ET. You can also join the conversation on Twitter: #MENAwomen #MENAleaders #ArabAmericanDay #LAS2016AAD #ArabLeagueDC

The Arab Woman: Enhancing Leadership & Resilience

The League of Arab States adopted a regional action plan on women, peace and security in partnership with U.N. Women in October 2015, highlighting the need t...

Policies and programs meant to counter violent extremism too often assume that women by nature are peace-seeking, and that where they are involved in violence, they are only victims who are being “used.” But an examination of women’s roles in movements such as ISIS, Boko Haram and Afghanistan’s Taliban shows that the parts they play vary widely.

Women in Extremist Movements: Not Just Passive Victims

President-elect Trump will confront an array of foreign policy challenges when he takes office. Moeed Yusuf writes that the Indian-Pakistan relationship should be high on the list of priorities.

An Indian-Pakistan Crisis: Should We Care?

Tomorrow morning (10 am ET) join us on Twitter (@USIP) for an open forum on strategies that have worked to counter violent extremism in some communities in #Kenya. Use #CVEExchange to participate!

Resisting the Lure of Violent Extremism

Join us online on December 2 for a day-long conference in which expert educators, medical providers, law enforcement officials, religious leaders and others will lay groundwork for an intensified global strategy to end female genital mutilation by 2030.

Webcast Conference: End Female Genital Mutilation

EVENT - facebook.com
Send us your questions on Rabia Chaudry's preliminary research on interfaith connections between youth as a tactic for countering violent extremism in South Asia. #InterfaithCVE [ Youtu.be Link ]

Can Interfaith Contact Reduce Extremism Among Youth?

The Pakistani government banned more than 200 groups as extremist or terrorist organizations last year in a significant move to stop the spread of ideologica...