Internet and the Radicalization of Youth: Preventing, Acting and Living Together’

Women without Borders (WwB) attends the Québec-UNESCO conference on ‘The Internet and the Radicalization of Youth: Preventing, Acting, and Living Together’. WwB presents its best practice model ‘MotherSchools: Parenting for Peace’. The event gathers nearly 400 participants and aims to identify innovative, sustainable, and comprehensive solutions, underpinned by a firm commitment to ensuring cooperation and coordination of all stakeholders at the national and international levels. The conference’s ultimate goal is to offer a way forward for the world’s youth that is focused on the values of dialogue, tolerance, and openness to others.

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