The International Center for the Study of Violent Extremism (ICSVE)

Research Reports (most recent)

  • The Effects of Assad’s Atrocities and the Call to Foreign Fighters to Come to Syria on the Rise and Fall of the ISIS Caliphate
  • ISIS-Linked Digital Activism and Sympathy-Raising on Behalf of ISIS Women Held in SDF Camps
  • Social Media Tracking of ISIS Women and Real-Life Actions of ISIS Men on Their Behalf
  • Spontaneous Deradicalization and the Path to Repatriate Some ISIS Members
  • ISIS and the Militant Jihad on Instagram


Brief Reports

  • Can Case of Samantha Elhassani Be a Positive Example for Repatriation of Other ISIS Wives?
  • European Attacks and the Uproar Over Hate Speech as ISIS Virtual Caliphate Continues to Reign
  • Qatar Takes a Major Step Toward a Freer Society
  • Will Upcoming Trials of ISIS Women in Northeast Syria Speed Up Repatriations of Some?
  • ISIS Death in SDF Prison Raises Questions About Repatriation Before They Face Death


International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR)

Reports (most recent)

  • The New Philosemitism: Exploring a Changing Relationship Between Jews and the Far-Right
  • The Islamic Movement in Britain
  • Deradicalisation in Singapore: Past, Present and Future
  • Extremist Offender Management in Europe: Country Reports
  • Prisons and Terrorism: Extremist Offender Management in 10 European Countries


Features (publications are a bit older (from 2019 and earlier but seem interesting)

  • From Daesh to ‘Diaspora’ II: The Challenges Posed by Women and Minors After the Fall of the Caliphate
  • The Cost of Crying Victory: Policy Implications of the Islamic State’s Territorial Collapse
  • Holy Mobilisation: The Religious Legitimation behind Iraq’s Counter-ISIS Campaign
  • The King’s Programme for Middle East Dialogue Research Papers 2018
  • Beyond ISIS & Al-Qaeda: The Long Tail of Global Islamist Violence


Projects



Radicalisation Awareness Network



ISD Global



Centre for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

  • Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933–1945
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies Scholarly Journal (3 times a year / in collaboration with Oxford University Press)
European Institute of Peace

  • Making Peace with the Climate
  • Gender and Peacemaking Strategy
  • Time to Step Up EU Mediation?
  • Shaping Conflict Resolution Together - Strategic Plan 2020-2022
  • Climate-Fragility Policy Paper: Climate Change and Security in the Horn of Africa: Can Europe help to reduce the risks?
  • Climate-Fragility Policy Paper: Europe and Climate Security: Is Europe delivering on its rhetoric?
  • Preventive Diplomacy – the vanguard of multilateralism
  • The Sidama’s quest for self-rule: A study of the referendum on regional statehood
  • The EU’s role in promoting ‘Peace Dividends’ in Afghanistan
  • Citizenship on hold in Libya: an EIP policy paper
  • Taking Stock of Mediation Support: What Do Envoys Think?”
  • Refugee Return in Syria: Dangers, Security Risks and Information Scarcity
  • Ethnic Extremism in Ethiopia: an EIP policy paper
  • Report :“Islamic State in East Africa”
  • Also release news updates regularly: https://www.eip.org/category/news/
    • Yemen’s Southern Women for Peace Group participate in Skills Enhancing Training
    • Don’t Miss Opportunities to Make Peace with the Climate
    • Taking Stoke: Three Lessons From the Women, Peace and Security Agenda for The Climate Security Agenda
International Criminal Court (ICC)

  • Rome Statute of the ICC
  • Ongoing cases
    • Uganda: war crimes and crimes against humanity
    • DRC: war crimes and crimes against humanity
    • Darfur, Sudan: Alleged genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity
    • Central African Republic: war crimes and crimes against humanity
    • Kenya: Crimes against humanity
    • Libya: war crimes and crimes against humanity
    • Côte d'Ivoire: Alleged crimes within the jurisdiction of the Court
    • Mali: war crimes
    • Georgia: war crimes and crimes against humanity
    • Burundi: crimes against humanity
    • Bangladesh/Myanmar: Alleged crimes of deportation, persecution, and any other crime within the ICC jurisdiction
    • Afghanistan: war crimes and crimes against humanity



European Network for investigation and prosecution of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes (‘Genocide Network’)

  • Strategy of the EU Genocide Network to combat impunity for the crime of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes within the European Union and its Member States
  • Conclusions of the 27th Meeting of the Genocide Network, 6-7 November 2019
  • Cumulative prosecution of foreign terrorist fighters for core international crimes and terrorist-related offences, May 2020
  • Prosecuting war crimes of outrage upon personal dignity based on evidence from open sources – Legal framework and recent developments in the Member States of the European Union, February 2018
  • The prosecution at national level of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) committed by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), July 2017
  • Digest of the European Court for Human Rights jurisprudence on core international crimes, September 2017
Resolutions by UN organs

General Assembly
  • International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of the Crime of Genocide and of the Prevention of This Crime (A/RES/69/323)


Human Rights Council



Articles by the Special Advisers


Other Documents


Global Action Against Mass Atrocity Crimes



Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies

  • Preventing violent extremism and mass atrocities - A handbook for parliamentarians
  • How can Canada best support women in the field of conflict and atrocity prevention?, 2018
  • Mapping the Artificial Intelligence, Networked Hate, and Human Rights Landscape, 2018
European Peacebuilding Liaison Office (EPLO)

  • A new Africa-EU Strategy: Recommendations for EU support to peace and security in the framework of a renewed Africa-EU Partnership, October 2020
  • Mapping of actors: The EU and peacebuilding after Lisbon, updated in February 2020
  • Capacity building in support of development and security for development: Recommendations for implementation, May 2018
  • How will the EU support peacebuilding after 2020? EPLO’s position on the next EU Multiannual Financial Framework, May 2018
Resolutions by UN organs

Human Rights Council
  • 2016 Resolution on Human Rights and Transitional Justice (A/HRC/RES/33/19)


United Nations Human Rights Council