Advocates against terrorism: the civil society movement (WP1082)

15 February, 2011
Conflict prevention, resolution and state building, Human rights, good governance and faith
civil society, terrorism

In dialogue with Rachel Briggs and Carie Lemack, we ask who can deliver the counter narrative against brutal violence and murder. This podcast discusses the role of the civil society movement as an agent for change and ask what is unique about their voice and can they really influence government?

This is the second podcast recorded during our meeting on Tackling online jihad.

Contributors are:

Rachel Briggs, Research and Policy Director, Institute for Strategic Dialogue, London

Carie Lemack, Co-founder, Global Survivors Network, Washington DC

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