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On May 17, the Strong Cities Network Global Summit 2017 and the Building Resilience to Radicalization and Violent Extremism II conference were launched by the Aarhus Municipality in Denmark in partnership with the Strong Cities Network, as well as national and international partners.The network is building the capacities and supporting cities to build local networks that work on preventing and countering violent extremism to make inclusive communities resilient to all threats of it further spreading.Denmark experience is being presented as a model in preventing violent extremism.For this reason, the prevention tools were integrated in the national system that is legally and politically structured to tackle the factors of violent extremism at the local levels.Copenhagen and Aarhus constitute models in countering violent extremism. Both municipalities play an essential role in forming local networks to work on violent extremism at the individual level where they identify, assess and deal with individuals at risk to pull them back from extremist zones or prevent them from being recruited or engaged in extremist groups and activities.
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