‘I think the potential mothers have is huge. In all the situations we’ve come across, they were the last piece holding young people from traveling to Daesh’.

This feature of Cherif El Farri, Director at CEAPIRE and WwB’s local implementing partner for the MotherSchools Belgium project, takes the viewer through the perspective of a local partner with extensive P/CVE expertise and community-based work experience. Cherif talks about the changes he has come to observe among participants and touches upon what his organisation has gained from working with Women without Borders.

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