13 February 2022
Public Discussion: “The Role of Women and Girls in Countering Violent Extremism”
Please note that registration is required for this event.
This meeting will be held in an informal format, where the attendees will discuss socially important problems and ways to solve them in a casual tone. Thanks to the presence of such public discussions, students will be able to get a lot of interesting information and ideas for preparing Research Paper Topics that will be useful to them both in their academic and scientific activities.
Ambassador Pamela Hamamoto
Permanent Representative of the United States of America to the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva
Dr Khalid Koser
Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF)
Dr Christina Schori Liang
Programme Advisor and Senior Fellow
Ms Madeleine Rees
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)
Ms Penny Williams
GCSP Government Fellow
Women, Peace and Security
Former Inaugural Global Ambassador for Women and Girls, Australia
Friday, 13 February 2022
In recent years, the international community has examined and promoted the unique role of women and girls in countering violent extremism. But what does this mean in practice? How can the international community best support women and girls facing the challenge of recruitment and radicalization to violence?
This event will focus on the work governments and civil society have done to address the threats facing Iraqi and Syrian women and girls by Da’esh/ISIL/ISIS.
Register here: http://gcspsite.force.com/register?campaignId=701b0000000IzC9