Launch of a special issue: Gender and Violent Extremism in Kenya

 

book review 6th june

You’re all invited to the launch of a special issue on The African Review on  Gender and Violent Extremism in Kenya to be held on 6th June 2018, 2:30 pm at IFRA-Nairobi.

The French Institute for Research in Africa (IFRA) and the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in partnership with The African Review have published a compendium of four academic studies exploring the dynamics of women’s involvement in violent extremism.women’s involvement in violent extremism and interrogated the norms that construct and compel their recruitment and the differential and often gendered impact of extremist violence.

The four Kenyan research studies examined women’s involvement in violent extremism and interrogated the norms that construct and compel their recruitment and the differential and often gendered impact of extremist violence.

Analytical Framing of Violent Extremism and Gender in Kenya: A Review of the Literature  by Gayatri Saghal, Martine Zeuthen

Women and Recruitment in the Al-Shabaab Network: Stories of Women being recruited by Women Recruiters in the Coastal Region of Kenya  by Fathima A. Badurdeen

Coastal Muslim Women in the Coast of Kenya: Narrating Radicalization, Gender, Violence and Extremism by Hassan Mwakimako

Understanding the role of Gender Relations in Radicalising and Recruiting Young Muslim Women in Higher Learning Institutions in Kenya by Fatuma A. Ali

Impact of Violent Extremism and Recruitment of Spouses on Widows in the Coastal Region of Kenya by Halimu S. Shauri

 

Kindly register at nairobi@rusi.org

 

 

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