Learning after 9/11: Muslim Students Speak for Themselves in the US
Department of Conflict Resolution Studies
The Changing Dynamics of Terrorism and Violent Extremism: An Analysis (Volume I)
In early 2017, a group of policy makers, practitioners, and scholars associated with the HORN International Institute for Strategic Studies suggested the idea of having an international conference to address the evolving dynamics and threats of terrorism and violent extremism in Africa. ¬The international conference would present a platform where policy makers, scholars, and practitioners from around the world would research on, and share their insights, findings, and evidence of what had worked, not worked, or had been counter-productive, in countering and preventing violent extremism and terrorism. ¬The International Conference on Terrorism and Violent Extremism was held from 24 to 26 April 2018 in Nairobi, Kenya. It brought together policy makers, scholars, thinkers and practitioners from around the world to critically look at the changing dynamics of terrorism and violent extremism. ¬This book volume contains peer reviewed chapters that resulted from this process. It offers valuable and critical information and analyses relevant for policy makers, practitioners and scholars grappling with the challenges brought about by terrorism and violent extremism in Africa and beyond.
HORN International Institute for Strategic Studies
conflict, conflict resolution, peace
Arts and Humanities | Peace and Conflict Studies | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Duckworth, Cheryl Lynn, "Learning after 9/11: Muslim Students Speak for Themselves in the US" (2018). CAHSS Faculty Books and Book Chapters. 130.