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Women's role 7 nov 2017

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Women's Role in Preventing Violent Extremism.
Southeast Asian Women's Summit
7-9 November 2017
Rachada Dhanadirek
Vice Chairperson, CAID Womens's Caurcus
Rachada, Dhnadirek, Women’s Role, Preventing, Violent Extremism, Women,Women’s Summit, Asian, Southeast, Thailand, 2017, Paradigm, Countering, Programs

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Women's role 7 nov 2017

  1. 1. Rachada Dhnadirek 1st Southeast Asian Women’s Summit 7-9 November 2017 Former Member of the Parliament, Democrat Party, Thailand Vice Chairperson, CALD Women’s Caucus Women’s Role in Preventing Violent Extremism
  2. 2. Countering Violent Extremism Old Paradigm Tackling root causes of violent extremism “Preventing Violent extremism” New Paradigm Fighting exclusively with intelligence, police, and military means. “Fighting against violent extremists” 2 Rachada Dhnadirek (PhD) Democrat Party, Thailand +
  3. 3. Women’s Role in Preventing Violent Extremism Mothers Center of the family Parenting Influential in domestic issues We have talents, experience, wisdom to contribute to community life Housework Women are everywhere Schools Workplaces Communities (Half of the population) We are warm / sensitive / perceptive / peace advocates / perceived as more honest Our potential for preventing and countering Violent Extremism Popular misconception that women are passive and victims of violent extremism 3 Rachada Dhnadirek (PhD) Democrat Party, Thailand
  4. 4. Women’s Role in Preventing Violent Extremism 4 Engagement + empowerment WomenPublic Forum CSO Government + Combating -Spotters -Educators -Counter-narrative producers -Peace builders -Security sector providers Programs : Gender Equality / Empowerment Political Will / Policies / Gender lens Passive Victims Active - Extremism -Agents -Mobilisers -Recruiters -Campaigner -Financiers Rachada Dhnadirek (PhD) Democrat Party, Thailand Violent Extremism Push Factors Pull Factors
  5. 5. Programs on Women Countering Violent Extremism Programs on Women Countering Violent Mechanism a) Focusing on mothers and building their capacity to influence Thinking and behavior in their children, families, and communities b) Promoting economic and social empowerment of women c) Building the capacity of women to actively participate in countering Violent Mechanism / Peace and Security agendas -Microfinance -Entrepreneurial skills 5 Positively Active Role Rachada Dhnadirek (PhD) Democrat Party, Thailand - Sustainable livelihood “Mothers School” Spotting signs of radicalization Human Rights issues / Tolerance Critical Thinking -Paramilitary forces
  6. 6. Talents Experience Wisdom MEN Contribute Community Life Talents Experience Wisdom WOMEN 6 Rachada Dhnadirek (PhD) Democrat Party, Thailand

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