This discussion paper published by the United States Institutes for Peace presents a person-centered approach to outcomes for rehabilitation and reintegration (R&R) programs targeting returning women and children. Identifying and assessing outcomes are the intended accomplishments of these programs, and are key for understanding change processes and developing strong programs. Little guidance currently exists regarding…
The 5R Framework: A Best Practices Model for Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Women and Children Returning from Violent Extremist Contexts
Countries must determine how to manage the return of women and children from formerly ISIS-controlled territories. We propose a framework for supporting returning individuals operating across ‘5 Rs’: Repatriation, Resettlement, Reintegration, Rehabilitation, and Resilience. In this brief, we describe these 5R domains.
We are sharing our data and findings from two years of the Evolve intervention program. Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism remains a work in progress. By sharing our experience delivering intervention services, we aim to contribute to the ongoing development of a community of practice through evidence-based and practitioner-oriented research.
We’ve developed a brief guide for practitioners on the involuntarily celibate, or ‘incel’ community, which has been linked to a number of acts of violence in North America.
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