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Organization Ecosystem around Extremism [Additional Resources]

Organization Ecosystem around Extremism [Optional Additional Resources]

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Support for individuals involved with extremist groups and trying to leave. Founded by former extremists, Life After Hate is committed to helping people leave the violent far-right to connect with humanity and lead compassionate lives.

Policy Advocacy on Hate Crime Laws in the United States at a State level.

The National Voice of the Asian Pacific American Legal Community (NAPABA) has collected several resources on hate crimes ranging from bystander training, to pro-bono legal help, to white-papers.

NCAAP advocacy work on supporting the NO HATE Act of 2017. The NO HATE Act of 2017 would “incentivizes and encourage state and local law enforcement agencies to more comprehensively collect and report credible, reliable hate crimes data to the FBI. It also allows a judge to sentence an individual convicted of perpetrating a hate crime to a period of supervised release that includes community service or education centered on the community targeted by the hate crime.”

A list of organizations that promote compassion and empathy from the Center For Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University. + Related Organizations

Global organization that focuses on programs that help develop empathy in school age children.

The Counter Extremism Project is a nonprofit, non-partisan, international policy organization formed to combat the growing threat from extremist ideologies. Led by a renowned group of former world leaders and diplomats it combats extremism by pressuring financial and material support networks; countering the narrative of extremists and their online recruitment; and advocating for smart laws, policies, and regulations.

The Commonwealth has a list of resources for supporting families in preventing and countering violent extremism. This includes specific training for women, people in prisons, and families.

The Global Counterterrorism Forum has compiled a global list of organizations that work on issues surrounding extremism including peace building, reducing the appeal of extremism in young people through education, counseling services for persons involved in extremism.

The United Nations has compiled a list of global organizations that support victims of terrorism. They include governmental, inter-governmental, and civil society groups.

The Forgiveness Project is a UK based organization that collects and shares stories from both victims/survivors and perpetrators of crime and conflict who have rebuilt their lives following hurt and trauma.

Resource for self-care: + Self-Care Workbook

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