Extremism as Mainstream: Implications for Women, Development & Security in the MENA/Asia Region. (Spring 2014)
In 2013, ICAN, in partnership with the MIT Center for International Studies and the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID), hosted a two-day roundtable to better understand rising religious extremism from a gendered and grounds-up perspective, highlighting the essential yet often overlooked implications for women and the efforts of civil society on the ground. The meeting included civil society practitioners, scholars and journalists with expertise from Canada, Pakistan, Malaysia, Egypt, Yemen, Tunisia, the United States, and Iran. The roundtable addressed a range of questions.
The statements and perspectives included here reflect views shared during the roundtable, and related research and analysis by ICAN. While this brief cannot do justice to the depth and complexity of the discussions, it is intended as a catalyst to widen the space for discussion, research, policy and practice among international and national level scholars and practitioners.
- The Arab Spring & Implications for Women. (December 2011)
- Voice and Vision: What the Women Say. MENA/Asia (Fall 2012)
- Elusive Peace, Pervasive Violence: Sri Lankan Women’s Struggle for Security and Justice. (Spring 2013)
- The End of the Beginning: Tunisia’s Revolution and Fighting for the Future. (Spring 2012)
- Picking up the Pieces: Iraqi Women in the Aftermath of War and Occupation. (Winter 2013)