join iwa for an upcoming webinar!
countering violent extremism:
a peace-building approach
dec 3, 2020 05:00 pm central time
register here: //us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/wn_as3o2b94thmne9m9yajt2w
extremists movements – a global, centuries-old problem – can fuel instability and violent conflict as well as exacerbate differences in political, nationalist, or religious ideas. the work to prevent and counter violent extremism goes beyond policing or military engagement.
leanne erdberg steadman from the united states institute of peace will join us to discuss the work everyday people and local organizations are doing to address this global issue by addressing the individual, social, and structural forces that can lead to violent extremism, and ways to effectively promote disengagement and reconciliation.
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for over half a century, the institute of world affairs has offered a wide array of programming to help people explore connections between their lives and the world around them. in addition to being the outreach arm of uwm’s center for international education, the institute also serves as the wisconsin affiliate of the world affairs councils of america.
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