Launch of the Lexicon on Radicalization and Violent Extremism in the G5 Sahel Region


Nouakchott, November 5, 2020: The Executive Secretariat of the G5 Sahel (SE-G5S) in collaboration with the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Partnerships for Peace (P4P) project organized a virtual meeting to launch the Lexicon on Radicalization and Violent Extremism in the G5 Sahel Region. This event saw the participation of over 200 people including representatives of government and government bodies, technical and financial partners, and civil society organizations from the G5 Sahel member countries.

Ambassador Dodman congratulated the Executive Secretariat of the G5 Sahel, and said the Embassy’s Partnerships for Peace program is strengthening the capacities of West African countries to prevent violent extremism. The Ambassador also reiterated the U.S.’s commitment to continue collaborating in order to find effective and inclusive solutions to promote peace, security and development in the Sahel.

The lexicon has been translated into six languages – Arabic, Bambara, French, Fulani, Hausa, and Mooré. Following the launch of the lexicon, CellRad, made up of representatives of the Ministry of Faith, NGOs and experts working on countering violent extremism, and its local network will continue to disseminate the lexicon in the region.



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