Partners Kosova, in support of the Government’s efforts to integrate returning children from war zones in Syria and Iraq, implemented its project in two municipalities of Southern Kosovo, namely Kacanik and Hani I Elezit. This project used a P/CVE experience-based approach, designed to adapt to needs of the newly created realities in these municipalities, through implementation of a series of workshops and trainings with local government officials and nongovernment community leaders. This aimed to fill existing knowledge or capacity gaps in their CVE efforts by working with existing returnees from war zones in Syria and Iraq and to facilitate their reintegration into society. This project achieved the following objectives: Enhancing awareness of local authorities and stakeholders in the municipalities of Kaçanik and Hani i Elezit to mitigate the threat of radicalization to violent extremism in their communities. Increasing overall understanding on the effects of radicalism in the society through workshops and discussion session with different stakeholder. With its peace and reconciliation expertise, Partners Kosova has contributed to strengthen the Kosovar stakeholders’ joint efforts to prevent the further escalation of violent extremism radicalization.