The second roundtable in our series on women, terrorism, and violent extremism explored the differences in radicalization and recruitment across cultures, terrorist organizations, and gender and how the Women, Peace, and Security agenda changes our understanding of the push and pull mechanisms. Panelists considered what a gender-sensitive research agenda on extremist radicalization and recruitment would look like and how the counterterrorism and WPS communities can learn from each other.
- Ms. Naureen Chowdhury Fink, Head of Research and Analysis at the Global Center on Cooperative Security
- Dr. Nimmi Gowrinithan, Visiting Professor at the Colin Powell Center for Civic and Global Leadership at City College, New York
- Mr. Seamus Hughes, the Deputy Director of the Program on Extremism at the George Washington University
- Dr. Emilio Viano, Professor in the Department of Justice, Law, and Society at American University