CVE


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CVE

Abbreviation for:
cardiovascular event
cerebrovascular event
continuous vocational education (Medspeak-UK)
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CVE is a broad-ranging term that describes initiatives to reduce the spread of violent extremist ideologies espoused by al-Qa'ida and similar terrorist networks.
Here is a review of major CVE programmes in practice in different Western countries.
These match closely with the stages of crime and violence prevention (CVP) programming, so there may be a lot of c rossover in best practices that we can apply in a CVE context.
Much of the federal government's CVE effort centers on engagement with Muslim American community groups.
A letter of agreement stating the inspection parameters and scheduling the inspections is prepared between the installation or division and the CVE program.
Some in the industry have raised concerns about CVE in an e-mail list discussion run by Ranum.
The most difficult part of getting our design up and running was creating a memory map required by Seamless CVE," wrote Nokia Telecommunications design engineer Antti Suhonen in a technical review in Electronic Engineering Times.
CVE, CRC is associate professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Counseling at the University of Florida.
Cenovus shares trade under the symbol CVE, and are listed on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges.
Much hope was placed on the national CVE strategy that was finalised in May 2017, which has not yet been made public nor endorsed by the government.
Over the past few years, multiple governments, non-profit organisations and study centres have been building up Countering Violent Extremism, or CVE, as a set of programmes aimed at reducing radicalisation.
Capture, synthesize, and disseminate lessons learned related to CVE programming specifically, and as CVE relates to other aspects of OTI programming, such as monitoring and evaluation (M&E), activity development and strategic approaches;