The session reflected on the concepts of narrative and counter – narratives: What they are, examples of al Shabab narratives, and examples of counter-narratives. Shk. Ramadhan began by defining radicalization as a process through which an individual or group of individuals are transformed by an ideology or belief system shifting mind-sets away from the mainstream. When the process leads to violence, then it is referred to as Radicalization into Violent Extremism (RVE) process.

Is radicalization good or bad? Asked Michael Adikwu a youth development trainer began by asking participants questions. Participants agreed that indeed radicalization can be positive; whereby …

Fred Nyabera, the Director of Arigatou International’s Interfaith Initiative to End Child Poverty, begun the 2018 Youth In Action by welcoming all participants and encouraging them …

Focused on promoting peaceful coexistence among different religious backgrounds, youth from the GNRC Ethiopia organised a football match on 7th July 2018, at Entoto Secondary School, …