National Policy brief-7 Media Engagement Programs
- Punjab Policy brief-1 Securing Punjab’s social & cultural diversity
- Punjab Policy brief-2 Social harmony and equal citizenship
- Punjab Policy brief-3 Safe charity: giving to the right hands
- Punjab Policy brief-4 Promoting the culture of dialogue in Punjab
- Punjab Policy brief-5 Intellectual and scholarly trends on countering violent extremism in Punjab
- Punjab Policy brief-6 Role of Punjab’s literary and cultural institutions in countering extremism
- National Policy brief-1 Religious Thought and Conflict
- National Policy brief-2 Reintegration of Militants
- National Policy brief-3 National Dialogue and Social Contract
- National Policy brief-4 Implementing National Action Plan
- National Policy brief-5 Constitution, Citizenship and Governance
- National Policy brief-6 Youth Engagement Program
- National Policy brief-7 Media Engagement Programs
- National Policy brief-8 Cultural Diversity and Pluralism
- National Policy brief-9 Education reforms
- National Policy brief-10 Internal security and challenges
- محفوظ اور ہم آہنگ پاکستان
- Reconstruction of the national narratives and counter-violent extremism model for pakistan
- Secure and Inclusive Pakistan
- PIPS Conference Brief
• This brief summarizes the findings of the seventh working group’s meeting on Counter-Violent Extremism (CVE), which explored how media can be engaged in CVE programs so that it neither glorifies extremists nor propagates radicalizing messages.
• The rise of militancy went parallel to proliferation of media. Media can play a significant role in reducing the appeal of violent extremist ideologies.
• The group also discussed so-called “militant media”, asking to regulate it.
• The trend of “fake news”, factually-incorrect news, and their readily acceptance by many is indicative of the trend of rising extremism...
Regulate conventional and new media to check extremism
Publisher: Pak Institute For Peace Studies (PIPS)