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Localizing UNSCR 1325 in the Context of Religion and Culture in Pakistan
February 1 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Engage in this exciting webinar: Localizing UNSCR 1325 in the Context of Religion and Culture in Pakistan. This 90-minute conversation event will be on February 1st, 2022, at 9 am EST (UTC -5) | 7 pm Pakistan time (UTC +5). Please use the Time Zone Converter to determine when this engaging conversation will be in your time zone.
Mossarat Qadeem is co-founder of PAIMAN Alumni Trust, a pioneer organization in Preventing/countering violent extremism (P/CVE) in Pakistan. Mossarat is internationally known expert on P/CVE, de-radicalization, women peace and security and has spoken thrice in the UN General Assembly and once in Security Council on the subject. She partners with many international organizations and is the member of International Review Panel of Global Community and Resilience Fund, Women Alliance for security Leadership, Women Waging Peace etc. She is one of the five founder members of ‘Commonwealth Women Mediators Network’. She advocates in the realm of women peace and security at the national and international level. To all her work, Mossarat brings the knowledge and experience she acquired during her 14 years as a political science professor at the University of Peshawar.
From the platform of PAIMAN she initiated a unique model of Peace Education by bringing together teachers and students of Madrassas and elite private schools using her own developed Inclusive Peace Curriculum now being replicated in Tajikistan, Nigeria and Afghanistan. She is an experienced researcher and analyst and has published two books, written many articles, produced documentaries on women leadership, conflict, peacebuilding and preventing violent extremism.
She was a minister of information of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa Province. Currently she is a visiting fellow at Women Peace and Security Centre, London School of Economics. She holds a master degree in Political Science, Peshawar as well in Gender studies International Institute of Social Sciences, Den Hague, M.Phil degree in International Politics, University of Hull and a Mc/MPA in Public policy and Governance from J.F. Kennedy School of Governance, Harvard. She received Kodikara award 1996 from Regional Centre for Strategic Studies Sri Lanka, Women in Security, Conflict Management, and Peace (WISCOMP) Scholar of Peace Fellowship (2000-2001), London School of Economics, Women Peace and Security fellowship 2016-17, Women Peace Makers Fellowship, Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and justice University of San Diego 2019-2020. She also won the prestigious UN N-Peace Award 2016 Action for Change for her unprecedented work in the field of C/PVE in Pakistan.
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