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Street Gangs and Violent Extremist Organizations: learning across fields
April 25, 2019

Author:┬áManagement Systems International Publication Date:┬áSeptember 2016 Summary:┬áThis paper identifies applicable lessons and programming recommendations that can be translated from street gang prevention to preventing or countering violent extremism (CVE). Understanding where street gang and VEO characteristics converge and diverge is important in order to apply learning cogently from one field to the other. As the […]

Conducting an Extremism or Terrorism Assessment: An Analytical Framework for Strategy and Program Development

Author: United States Agency for International Development, Management Systems International (MSI) Publication Date: June 2008 Summary: This document outlines a methodological framework for conducting an extremism or terrorism assessment. It may be used to evaluate, and program for, a situation in which there appears to be a significant risk of violent extremism. Alternatively, it may […]

Organized Crime, Conflict and Fragility: Assessing Relationships Through a Review of USAID Programs
December 22, 2015

Author: USAID Publication Date: September 2015 Description: The USAID Bureau for Democracy, Conflict, and Humanitarian Assistance Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation (DCHA/CMM) commissioned Management Systems International (MSI) to conduct research on the relationship between organized crime, conflict and fragility. The year-long research project included a literature review and country case studies in Guatemala, Nigeria […]

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