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This Brief draws from deliberations of the policy workshop on the Socio-Political role of the Kwale Community in building resilience to violent extremism, held jointly by Smart Move and CHRIPS on 1st December 2022 in the Bongwe-Gombato ward, Msambweni Constituency. It incorporates insights and perspectives of community members, state and non-state actors, security officials, youth, women and others who attended the meeting.
The brief outlines policy measures and decisions that state and non-state actors can take to build community resilience and tackle structural conditions that increase the risks of violent extremism.

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