Against violent extremism: online and offline
Terrorism is a crime that has no justification, and it should not be associated with any race, ethnicity, nationality or religion. No state can counter violent extremism and radicalization that lead to terrorism alone: we must co-operate at all levels.
To underscore that we at the OSCE stand together as one in countering violent extremism that leads to terrorism, the OSCE Secretary General and the OSCE Serbian Chairmanship have launched the “OSCE United in Countering Violent Extremism (#UnitedCVE)” campaign.
We must all rise to the challenge of responding to the corrosive appeal of violent extremism by promoting tolerance, mutual respect, pluralism, inclusion, and cohesion.
The OSCE’s 57 participating States and 11 Partners for Co-operation are determined to prevent and combat terrorism, in all its forms and manifestations, while upholding human rights and the rule of law. But we need everyone on board to make it happen. Let’s speak up together loud and clear for peace and security!
To show your support for the campaign:
Download the #UnitedCVE social media pack here
- Join us on OSCE social media and follow @UnitedCVE on Twitter
- Find and share what others are posting
- Tag your tweets with #UnitedCVE or
- Take a photo with the graphic from our social media pack
Ministerial Declaration on Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism and Radicalization that lead to Terrorism
Emphasizing the OSCE’s commitment to countering terrorism through a multi-dimensional approach, OSCE participating States adopted two declarations, among others, at the 2015 OSCE Ministerial Council.
Watch #UnitedCVE videos on YouTube
See #UnitedCVE campaign album in Flickr
Recommendations from Youth
This is the summary of the most important recommendations that the workshop participants from the Black Sea region (1-3 February 2017) and Western Europe (3-4 October 2016) identified from their experience on preventing violent extremism.