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After the Fall of ISIS: Sub Regional Approach on the Returning of Women and Children and New Conversation
November 10 @ 9:00 am - November 11 @ 3:30 pm
The Coordinating Ministry of Political, Legal and Security Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia (CMPLSA) and The Asian Muslim Action Network (AMAN) Indonesia are pleased to organize the 3rd Sub-Regional CSO Forum with the theme *“After the Fall of ISIS: Sub Regional Approach on the Returning of Women and Children and New Conversation”*. The Forum will discuss issues on finding the strategic role of Civil Society Organizations in supporting rehabilitation and reintegration, especially on women and children.
The 3rd Sub-Regional CSO Forum will provide a consultation mechanism among practitioners, academia, media, women-led organization, youth groups, and interfaith communities to exchange and consolidate their views on finding any possible solutions to deal with the new environment of the surrounding COVID 19 and its impact to the issue of terrorism and transnational security, as well as the issue of sub-regional preparedness in managing the returning of the FTF. The anticipated outcome of this Forum will be a sub-regional good practice guide on the role CSOs could play in helping to manage returning foreign terrorist fighters and their families, as well as influencing government policy through advocacy, research and analysis.
Civil society representatives from all participating countries of SRM are invited: Australia, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.
The 3rd Sub-Regional CSO Forum will be held virtually using the Zoom Meeting Platform on the *10 – 11 November 2020* from 09.00 AM to 03.30 PM (GMT +7) Western Indonesia Time.
Please register now at *https://bit.ly/csoforum2020* and the deadline for receipt of registration is 5 November at 11.59 PM (Western Indonesia Time).
See you at the 3rd CSO Forum of Sub Regional Meeting.
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