Executive Director Humera Khan speaks to OE24, a German newspaper, on how terrorist organisations recruit teenagers. “ISIS geht vor wie Pädophile”
Muflehun partnered with MediaCom to run a half day ViralPeace workshop focused on metanarratives and digital safety at their offices in New York City. The issues of racism, discrimination and the perception of images were highlighted by the participants.
Humera Khan, Executive Director, comments about Google’s Jigsaw program against extremism. Google’s Clever Plan to Stop Aspiring ISIS Recruits
The International Business Times talks about Google’s Jigsaw program and reports Humera Khan’s comments. Google has a plan to stop aspiring Isis recruits from joining the extremist group
Muflehun partnered with Cure Violence, Life After Hate, Illinois Targeted Violence Prevention Program (TVPP) and community organizations to launch ViralPeace Chicago in July 2016. After two intense days of theory, exercises and brainstorming, the groups designed projects to reduce violence and improve community relations in Chicago and to provide access to mental health support groups for college students.
Open Camps is a community-run conference focused on the use of open source technologies to address humanitarian issues and pursue the UN’s GlobalGoals. This is the world’s largest mission-driven open source conference, with 6,000+ attendees joining for 25+ conferences & events, featuring 400+ sessions on dozens of open source technologies. The Unite for Humanity Hackathon, part of the Open Camps, strives to create solutions to some of our world’s most… Read More »UN Open Camps Hackathon
Muflehun talks to Marie Claire, an international magazine for women, about what is being done to fight extremism and recruitment by terrorist organizations. The American Women of ISIS
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
The Huffington Post publishes Humera Khan’s perspective on social isolation and violent extremism. Reading, Writing, Rejecting Terrorism: French Schools Change Their Lesson Plans
In October 2011, during “National Cyber Security Awareness Month” Muflehun organized and launched a new prevention program series “Internet Safety Workshop- What Parents Need to Know.” With the well attended pilot hosted at ADAMS, the objective was to raise awareness in parents regarding the full spectrum of internet based predators that target their families, both their physical bodies as well as their minds. The presentations on internet predators were organized… Read More »Event: “Internet Safety Workshop- What Parents Need to Know”