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Portfolio Category: Chapter III

Perception of Inclusion

The connection between inclusion and violent extremism is an increasingly studied phenomenon, primarily by economists at the World Bank. The prevailing view holds that a lack of economic inclusion is the underlying driver for the experiences of injustice that drive young men and women towards violent extremist groups or ideology. These experiences of injustice will be discussed further, but there is far less consensus as to what level of “inclusion” prevents political violence.

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