HSF recognizes the local and global impacts of the violent extremism and the complexity of the multi-layer shape of the changing international security environment that fails to prevent and counter violent extremism. HSF considers a holistic approach that encompasses systemic impediments, regional and national prerogatives and, communal and individual dimensions of violent extremism. HSF’s priority is to address individual grievances and motivations in a way, first, to promote social cohesion and sense of belonging, and, second, to strengthen individual and institutional leadership to fight against radicalization in local context. HSF’s work in this area pays also considerable attention to promote ethical and constructive approaches to address the root causes of the violent extremism, which has a lot to do with the failures in the international level.

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