New learning on new knowledge for target group and mentors.
Research capacity and critical thinking process of target groups developed.
Leadership capacity of students developed.
Individual and collective capacity developed to analyze the problem and explore common solutions together.
New relationship established between students and institutions to build up new teams.
Capacity of social institutions, family, academia, and media explored and enhanced.
Within each institution, involvement and mobilization among various units took place. Example: students and teachers.
Capacity to develop alternative narrative and messages increased.
New interactions and relationship developed among partnering institutions.
Positive competition developed among institutions to explore their latent capacity to address challenges.
New network developed across institutions.
Community activated to develop resistance against violent extremism.
Youth are emerging as future bulwark against the radicalization and extremism at the grass roots level.
Media tools, including social media proved extremely useful for bringing the stakeholders closer and in a network.
Stakeholders are ready to take more initiatives to sustain these steps by the students.
Students can identify, analyze and suggest solutions for addressing social vices, including extremism.
Teachers and journalists have also changed and become more active and engaged. Families have started appreciating their work and initiatives. Government officials also expressed interest to encourage and work with the students to fight the threat of extremism and radicalization.
Students have become more interested to learn and write about the impact of radicalization and violent extremism
Social resilience has been enhanced through mobilization of students, teachers and journalists, guardians and officials by the concerted efforts of teachers and students
Sustain engagement of teachers, students and journalists.