NIJ FY17 Research and Evaluation on Domestic Radicalization to Violent Extremism

The Domestic Radicalization to Violent Extremism (DRVE) program addresses three major questions:
(1) What are the primary drivers of radicalization to violent extremism, and how do they vary across cohorts (e.g., by grievance, by age, by socioeconomic categories)? (2) How is radicalization to

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violent extremism analogous to other forms of extreme violence, such as mass casualty events and gangs? (3) What policy choices and/or programmatic interventions prevent or reduce radicalization to violent extremism, induce disengagement from violent extremism, and/or support de-radicalization and desistance from violent extremism? In FY2017, NIJ will emphasize interest in evaluations of new and existing demonstration programs to prevent violent extremism at the community-level.

Agency: National Institute of Justice

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Estimated Funding: $3,500,000


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Agency Email:
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Date Posted:
2017-01-09

Application Due Date:
2017-03-22

Archive Date:
2017-08-17



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