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OE24- “ISIS geht vor wie Pädophile”

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Executive Director Humera Khan speaks to OE24, a German newspaper, on how terrorist organisations recruit teenagers. “ISIS geht vor wie Pädophile”

PBS NOVA- 15 Years of Terror

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Humera Khan, Executive Director of Muflehun, featured in a special report by PBS NOVA that traces the evolution of terror strategies from the World Trade Center to today. 15 Years of Terror

JUSTRAC- Rule of Law and Countering Violent Extremism

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Muflehun participated at an invitation-only  Justice Sector Training, Research and Coordination Symposium by the The Rule of Law Collaborative at the University of South Carolina. The topic was “Exploring the Relationship Between the Rule of Law and Violent Extremism in the Middle East.” The symposium examined how state-based formal institutions—particularly those charged with upholding the rule of law, such as police, courts and corrections—can contribute to the kinds of grievances that are associated with… Read More »JUSTRAC- Rule of Law and Countering Violent Extremism

NPR- Communities Encouraged To Share Ways To Combat Extremists

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The US State Department invited Muflehun Executive Director Humera Khan and other community leaders from around the world to discuss the best ways to counter extremism for the #StrongCities Initiative. Ms. Khan talks to NPR about the role of civilians in this space. Communities Encouraged to Share Ways To Combat Extremists

Muflehun Discusses “Combating Violent Extremism” at OSAC 30th Annual Briefing

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The Department of State Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) hosted a panel on “Combating Violent Extremism” at its 30th annual conference with 1200 registered participants. Executive Director Humera Khan represented Muflehun on the panel and talked about radicalization and ways for the private sector to be involved in countering violent extremism. The panel was preceded by a keynote by CIA Director John Brennan and was followed by a keynote by… Read More »Muflehun Discusses “Combating Violent Extremism” at OSAC 30th Annual Briefing