Engendering Extremism: Working Paper by Mossarat Qadeem to LSE

Drawing on work with PAIMAN in Pakistan, this paper, written by WASL Partner and PAIMAN co-founder Mossarat Qadeem for the LSE Center for Women, Peace and Security, shows how women at various levels of Pakistani society can advance the cause for a more robust strategy on P/CVE.

Voices of Women from Gaza

The Women’s Center for Legal Aid and Counseling (WCLAC), a Palestinian non-governmental organization and ICAN partner, has been documenting the terror as experienced by women in Gaza over the past few days. Here is a link to the story of one mother who described...

Women & Religious Extremism in the MENA/Asia Region

Religious extremism is spreading throughout the Middle East and Muslim majority contexts, with profound consequences for social, regional, and global security. The response by many countries has been primarily militarized. There has been far less emphasis on the root...