The Prevent strategy has been re-focused following a review. The strategy now contains three objectives: to respond to the ideological challenge of terrorism and the threat from those who promote it; to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism and ensure that they are given appropriate advice and support; and to work with sectors and institutions where there are risks of radicalisation that we need to address.
Included here are the strategy, the consultation responses, Lord Carlile’s report on the review and the strategy, the equality impact assessment and executive summaries of the strategy in Arabic and Urdu.
Date: Tue Jun 07 11:46:01 BST 2011
- Prevent strategy (PDF file – 713kb)This is the Prevent strategy, presented to Parliament by the Home Secretary Theresa May in June 2011.
- Lord Carlile’s report (PDF file – 295kb)This is 2011 report by Lord Carlile of Berriew on the independent oversight of the Prevent review and strategy. He covers the context of Prevent, the framework, the new strategy, the three objectives and delivery.
- Prevent review: summary of responses to the consultation (PDF file – 416kb)This document summarises the responses received for the three-month consultation on Prevent, which began in November 2010. It includes the consultation questions, the submitted written contributions by individuals and groups, and the overall responses from the general public to key Prevent consultation questions.
- Prevent strategy: equality impact assessment (PDF file – 394kb)This equality impact assessment (EIA) covers the aims, objectives and projected outcomes, data collection, stakeholder involvement and consultation, impact assessment and action plan.
- Prevent strategy executive summary – Arabic version (PDF file – 184kb)This is the executive summary of the Prevent strategy (released in June 2011) in Arabic.
- Prevent strategy executive summary – Urdu version (PDF file – 83kb)This is the executive summary of the Prevent strategy (released in June 2011) in Urdu.
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The Association of British Muslims along with a group of Pakistani Students/Activists and Alumni is organizing the event at the House of Commons.
UNITED FOR PAKISTAN?
The AoBM would like to invite you to the House of Commons for a talk/discussion on how British Muslims and Pakistani students are aiming to assist Pakistani civil society and Non-Governmental Organisations through education, skills, voluntarism to help develop a more positive direction for the Pakistani people.
LOCATION: HOUSE OF COMMONS
TIME: 1800HRS TO 2000HRS
DATE: MONDAY 13TH JUNE 2011
The Speakers will highlight the following issues:
1. British Muslims and their history – a brief history of British Muslims and our stance for Human Rights for Muslims and non-Muslims.
2. British Pakistanis and their history – a brief history of Pakistan and Pakistanis in the UK.
3. Pakistani Students in the United Kingdom – how Pakistani students are actively working to strengthen civil society institutions and promoting a more robust democratic society.
4. Efforts and projects of different groups in the UK and Pakistan in developing Pakistani people – especially efforts by the British Pakistanis within the UK.
The speeches will be followed by Q&A and Networking sessions.
Programme for the evening will be:
17.30 to 17.50 Arrival at Portcullis House/ House of Commons
18.00 Welcome by the President/Amir of The Association of British Muslims – plus brief introduction to the AoBM and the evening
18.10 Talk on the current situation in Pakistan and potential solutions by Abu Bakr Carberry
18.20 Talk on British Muslims in the UK and what the AoBM is doing both in the UK and overseas
18.30 Talks/Discussion by Ahmed Khan Yousafzai and others who are working on UK-Pakistan student empowerment issues
19.05 Question & Answer session
19.30 Networking session
20.00 Closing with Dua.
If you would like to attend please reply let us know and send email to:
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to this email so we can place your name on the invite list.
I do hope we can get the chance to meet Inshallah in person on the day.
The event will start promptly at 6pm (18.00 hrs) you will need to arrive at least 20 mins early to pass through parliamentary security.