The Power of Families in Preventing Radicalisation — a bottom up Security Strategy’

Women without Borders (WwB) Founder and Executive Director Dr. Edit Schlaffer speaks about the ‘MotherSchools: Parenting for Peace’ Model and how she translated her university experiences into grassroots level fieldwork and global action at Wolfson College, Cambridge. She is featured as part of the Wolfson College Humanity Society’s evening seminar series, with an introduction by the co-convener of the seminar series Dr. Christine Corton-Evans. The series is facilitated by Professor Sir Richard J. Evans, President of Wolfson College.

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