Countering Violent Extremism: The Need for a More Global and Inclusive Approach
Summer of Peace 2016 > International Peacebuilding & Global Citizenship > Countering Violent Extremism
Broadcast on August 10, 2016
With Souleyma Haddaoui
Terrorism is a global and non discriminating threat. As such, my approach deconstructs the "us vs them" dichotomy and calls for a global response whereby all societies and people of all faiths work hand in hand to find durable solutions.
- Global and inclusive approach
- Violent extremism as a transversal phenomenon
- Violent extremism is an ideology not a religion
PhD Candidate at the School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences in Paris and a Visiting Researcher at Georgetown University between 2011 and 2016
Souleyma Haddaoui is French and Moroccan. She is a Visiting Researcher at Georgetown University and a doctoral candidate at the School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS) in Paris. After having worked with the Institute for International and Strategic Affairs, a French Think Tank, on US foreign Policy, she moved to Washington DC to complete her sociological fieldwork on the status of American Muslims after 9/11. Her research examines, among other things, the impact of the war on terror and political radicalization on the dynamics of American Muslims.