Through the EU-funded project 'STRIVE Juvenile: Preventing and Responding to Violence against Children by Terrorist and Violent Extremist Groups', the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the partner countries – Indonesia, Iraq and Nigeria – will develop and implement comprehensive national responses to prevent and counter terrorism and violent extremism affecting children, in full respect of human rights, gender equality and international law.

The three-year project will focus on assisting governmental authorities and key stakeholders in targeted, innovative and demand-driven interventions to:

  • Improve government strategies, policies and mechanisms related to child recruitment and exploitation by terrorist groups
  • Increase resilience of vulnerable children against terrorist groups agendas

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Strive Juvenile Indonesia Project