November 23, 2021
7:00-8:45 (EDT) / 12:00-13:45 (GMT)
The conference aims to explore how attention to gender in P/CVE research and policies has impacted first on responses to violent extremism and second on the women’s rights agenda and local communities over the last few years.
- Suffering in silence: the widows of anti-terror programs at the Kenya Coast Hussein Abdullahi Mahmoud, Associate Professor of Social/Cultural Anthropology, Technical University of Mombasa, Kenya
- Violence: The Formation and Dissolution of the Racist Self
Dr. Mehr Latif, Post-doctoral Associate, University of Pittsburgh
Professor Kathleen Blee, Professor of Sociology and the Bailey Dean of the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences and the College of General Studies, University of Pittsburgh.
Matthew DeMichele, Director, Center for Courts and Corrections Research (CCC)
Dr. Peter Simi, Associate Professor, Chapman University
- Can CVE Be Salvaged? Lessons and Questions from Gendered Practice
Rosalie Fransen, Senior Program Officer (Gender and Extremisms), International Civil Society Action Network
- Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism: A Focus on Gender Inequality and Misogynistic Violence
Edith Okupa, Founder/Executive Director of Restoration Project International