COUNTER VIOLENCE EXTREMISMS 1
Counter Violence Extremisms
Slide number 2 presents an in depth analysis of the Counter Violence Extremisms (CVE) in the current societies. The slide indicates that CVE generally focuses on protecting public members from the violence extremisms, though the system, CVE, showcase various challenges after its implementation. The slide points out that CVE limits the government entities jurisdictional scope and the legal framework by having limited capacity and the agility to function effectively. It furthers indicate that CVE narrative in contextualization implementation focus on a single narrative across different countries hence a challenge. This is to note that extremists violence perpetrators operate with different narrative across countries thus CVE requires different narratives based on different environment to curb violence extremisms.
Slide number 3 notes that research from the Action Agenda indicates that CVE has been attributed towards creation of a trust based relationship with communities so that community-led policy goals can be attained by improving security. It further argues that coming up with narrative that identifies where, when and how violence extremisms is likely to arise will be of huge benefit in CVE . Conversely, the slide discusses that having a poor structured police system management with respect to oversight roles; it is presumed that police in future might take advantage of violating human rights.
In slide number 4 offers a review of the police agencies in respective to CVE. The slide mentions researchers such as Shanzer and Nunlist among other researchers in their findings that police violations are likely to arise in a double standard by favoring communities that pose minimal records in VE while imposing strict measure to the most radicalized race. As an example, the review points out Muslims community are likely more to engage into violent extremism than Christians thus imposing double standards to the Muslim communities.
Slide number 5 analyzes the narratives and the evaluation of CVE. This slide reports that the current CVE discursive frames are based on Europe countries hence a challenge in structuring narratives and epistemology of CVE in countries that have different cultures to that of Europe Nations. As such, it is perceived that CVE objective in tackling global threats pose weaknesses. In this retrospect, it is recommended for diversified studies so as to identify new narratives across countries.
In slide number 6, the discussions focus on the limitations of CVE based on literature and the future expectations of CVE. The segment indicates that little attention is given on the provision on formation of ideological policies that will fight extremisms violence. The current policies only targets the Islam and Muslim communities forgetting that other communities might be on the phases of radicalization into VE. Similarly, this segments advocates for intense research in the field of CVE to foresee its growth.
Presentation number 7 indicates that multicultural communities pose threats for the police agencies while engaging in CVE because the CVE department is not well conversant with varied cultures. The discussion identified that though strategies are in place to tackle the challenge by creating contact unit forces with police agencies, challenges might arise.