Register for the Coastal Georgia Preventing Identity Violence Training. It is imperative that a member of each business and group entity attend this training. Together we can create a local prevention network. The first step is to build awareness of the risk factors and learn prevention measures.
This is a two-day session held in hybrid (virtual and in-person) format and is from 9 am to 3 pm each day.
Our goal is to train University CARE teams, local faith leaders, nonprofit organizations, community and behavioral healthcare organizations, major employers, and law enforcement partners. Please help us spread the word by sharing information about this training.
- effectively build organizational strategies to utilize established resources and networks to interrupt the radicalization to violence process without resorting to a traditional law enforcement paradigm
- frame radicalization to violence as a public health concern
- identify the systemic and internal vulnerabilities that create personal circumstances that can lead to radicalization to violence (risk factors). Furthermore, trainees will be able to frame the impact of these risk factors as biological, psychological, and social
- identify recruitment strategies utilized by organizations in order to foster violent radicalization. Recruitment strategies include
- Key components of messaging for groups fostering radical violence, both in-person and online
- Fundamentals of online radicalization
- Radicalization outside of traditional religious and identity-based contexts
- training and support to include these learning objectives in existing organizational training programs and establish internal policies reflecting the knowledge gained
To register for one of our current scheduled training opportunities:
This project is funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, opportunity number DHS-21-TTP-132-00-01. Additionally, the US Department of Homeland Security has provided guidance, resources, and a network of partnerships to bring The Mediation Center up to fluency in the realm of Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention (formerly considered Countering Violent Extremism).
Questions regarding the CGPIV program, content, to schedule a session for your organization or business, or if you have an interest in joining the local prevention network, please contact Dan Rowe at email@example.com