Initiatives for Protecting the Youth from Extremist and Violent Ideologies

21
Feb

Geneva Final Statement

Initiatives for protecting youth against extremist and violent thoughts, 
The promotion of religious freedoms and the values of tolerance
And countering hatred and marginalization

20
Feb

Distinguished MC pauladiasleite closed our 2nd and final day UNG eneva by reading the Final Conference Statement- "Initiatives to Protect Youth Against Extremist and Violent Thought, Promote Religious Freedom and the Values of Tolerance, and Counter Hatred and Marginalization"

20
Feb

Dr. Husni Abdi argues that a young person's local context and social conditions are the most influential and predictive indicators of radicalization. Lack of structure creates vulnerability, and the link between delinquency and radicalization is no coincidence.

19
Feb

HE Dr. Mohammed Alissa thanks all participants for their unique perspectives on an important subject. Whether or not extremism is religious in nature, we must favor a general shift toward moderation, so young people may grow into responsible stewards of society.

19
Feb

Our 5th Panel Session on #ReligiousFreedom is underway, moderated by Dr. Ghaleb Bencheikh El Hocine: "On peut contraindre les corps, mais on ne peut contraindre les cœurs." (We can restrain bodies, but we cannot restrain hearts) Bencheikh Ghaleb President of FondIslam FR

19
Feb

Our first panel of the day is underway: "Europe's Youth and the Threat of Extremism" moderated by H.E. Dr. Mustafa Ceric, Member of the Board of Trustees for Peace Achievement.

19
Feb

"If youth feels like a nobody in their home country, they will be attracted to the idea of being a hero elsewhere." - Kjell Magne Bondevik, Fmr. PM of Norway on how marginalization can lead to radicalization, and why it is therefore key to create inclusive societies.

19
Feb

The Muslim World League is ready for Day 2 of the International Conference on Initiatives for Protecting the Youth from Extremist and Violent Ideologies at UNG eneva.

19
Feb

Prof. Radwan El Sayed of American University in Beirut discussed violent extremism as a new phenomenon. He calls for radical change, saying it is necessary to implement effective reform which revives the spirit that we are all brothers in the world.

18
Feb

Our first panel of the day was a lively discussion on "Thoughts, Ideologies, and Mileus Leading to Extremism" moderated by H.E. Abdullah M. M. Almatouq, who reiterated HE Dr. Mohammad Alissa's sentiment that there is no time and place for extremism in our world.

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The Muslim World League is an international non-governmental Islamic organization based in the Holy City of Makkah.