From the Ground Up – The Nexus of Economic Policy, Gender and Violent Extremism

A Preliminary Dialogue on the Nexus of Economic Policy, Gender and Violent Extremism.
Women peace practitioners and rights activists have long been concerned by decisions made at global and national levels that at the local level impact dynamics of economic exclusion, threaten social cohesion and exacerbate vulnerabilities to radicalization

Education, Identity and Rising Extremism

From Preventing Violent Extremism to Promoting Peace, Resilience, Equal Rights and Pluralism (PREP). Members of the Women’s Alliance for Security Leadership (WASL) and other women-led organizations in over 30 countries analyzed the role of formal and informal education in contributing to enabling conditions and mitigating extremist violence.