US CVE Programmes and Initiatives
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Countering Violent Extremism Program (DHC CVE Program)
Violent extremists are defined as “individuals who support or commit ideologically-motivated violence to further political goals.” Violent Extremist threats within the United States can come from a range of violent extremist groups and individuals, including Domestic
US CVE INITIATIVES
The Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF) is composed of a strategic-level Coordinating Committee and five thematic and regional expert-driven working groups focusing on the criminal justice sector and rule of law.
ANTI-TERRORISM ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (ATA)
Since its creation in 1983, the Antiterrorism Assistance (ATA) program has served as the primary provider of U.S. government antiterrorism training and equipment to law-enforcement agencies of partner nations throughout the world.
COUNTERING VIOLENT EXTREMISM (CVE)
CVE is a pillar of the Administration’s strategic approach to counterterrorism. Through a mix of local grants developed and managed by U.S. embassies, and larger awards managed from Washington
COUNTERTERRORISM FINANCE (CTF)
Following financial leads and denying terrorists access to money, resources, and support, is a crucial component of our national counterterrorism strategy. The CTF unit coordinates the delivery of technical assistance and training to governments around the world that seek to improve their ability to investigate, identify, and interdict the flow of money to terrorist groups.
COUNTERTERRORISM PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM
This program includes a series of national-level domestic and international training exercises designed to strengthen the nation’s capacity to prevent, protect against, respond to, and recover
FOREIGN EMERGENCY SUPPORT TEAM (FEST)
The FEST is the U.S. government’s only interagency, on-call, short-notice team poised to respond to terrorist incidents worldwide. At the request of, and on the behalf of the U.S. Chief of Mission, the FEST deploys overseas to advise, assist, assess, and coordinate U.S. government crisis response activities
Alliance for Peacebuilding
AfP is a global network of peacebuilding organizations, all of which are working with their own governments and regional bodies such as the European Union, the African Union, and the United Nations.