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'The Power of Families in Preventing Radicalization -- a bottom up Security Strategy'

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Women without Borders works to engage and strengthen women in the security sphere. For over 10 years its work has strengthened resilience to violent extremism in communities at-risk across more than 10 countries. Experts have sought the underlying social and psychological factors that motivate individuals to adopt extremist ideologies. The counter terrorism approach has largely consisted of reactive strategies that are meant to both punish and deter. In this talk I will explore alternative security approaches based in families and communities where the most strategic buffers to radical influences emerge.

This talk is part of the Wolfson College Humanities Society talks series.

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