Understanding the potential for early warning in the context of violent extremism: The Role of Women in South and Southeast Asia

Women without Borders (WwB) participated in a regional workshop entitled ‘Understanding the potential for early warning in the context of violent extremism: The Role of Women in South and Southeast Asia’, hosted by UN Women. WwB spoke about the MotherSchools Parenting for Peace Model and presented a case study from East Java, Indonesia.

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