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    52Jumaa attracting global attention

    20 May 2015

    Students from Perth’s Curtin University have been named as finalists in an international competition supported by the US State Department to develop creative digital solutions to address violent extremism. On 2 June the tea ...

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  • Forced marriage and exploitation

    Helping girls and women at risk of forced marriage

    13 May 2015

    Everyone in Australia is free to choose whether to marry. Forcing anyone to get married is never acceptable, deprives people of their human rights and is a serious crime in Australia. The Australian Government has recently ...

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    A new dialogue to challenge extremism

    13 April 2015

    In February 2015, the Institute of Strategic Dialogue at the University of Calgary in Canada launched Extreme Dialogue, a unique series of short films and education resources featuring the stories of real people impacted by ...

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    In Australia only a very small proportion of the population supports the use of violence to try to achieve ideological, religious or political goals

    Only a very small number of individuals in Australia have planned or engaged in violent extremist acts. However, violent extremism remains a threat and it has the potential to affect all Australians by damaging our way of life. It only takes one indi ...


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