The present report is part of a broader project, “Mali (Dis–) Engagement and Re–Integration related to Terrorism (MERIT)”, jointly carried out by the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) and the International Centre for Counter–Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT). Through field research and primary data analysis, UNICRI and ICCT aim to advance knowledge and awareness on the issue of violent extremism in Mali through the lenses and voices of the country’s youth. The report will explore the impact that the longstanding presence of terrorist groups has produced on the daily lives of young people in Mali. Giving voice to a representative sample, the report offers new insights on the impact of terrorism on youth, who have not been selected in virtue of their engagement in violent extremism or conflict, but whose lives have been significantly impacted by the terrorist presence in their country.

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