Muhammad Nura
For Culture

The Security Awareness Campaigns helps to educate people about signs of extremism and violence to help prevent radicalisation and create a non lured community. The peace education provides counselling services and training programmes to help survivors of terrorist attacks overcome emotional trauma and reject reactive violence which supports socio-emotional wellbeing of young people through a trauma-sensitive approach. The program also trains young people with conflicts management skills and entrepreneurial training, that are aligned to 21st century industry climate marked by accelerating changes, there by reinforcing the potential of youth by canvassing support for the establishment of investments and funds to start their own businesses when job opportunities are scarce and facilitate entry points for competent youth to undertake violence prevention activities including youth-led dialogue and mediation processes; to reduce tensions between security personnel, stakeholders and community members.