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Thursday, March 31 • 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Countering Extremism, Free Speech, and Schools

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Critically evaluate Countering Violent Extremism (or counterradicalization) initiatives, focusing on impacton free speech, particularly on the Internet and in schools. The program will begin with a conversation aimed at: 1) familiarizing the audience with CVE programs, including those that are being piloted in Boston, Los Angeles and Minneapolis and the UK's Prevent program on which these initiatives are based; 2) articulating how such programs constrict the range of opinions that are considered acceptable, as well as facilitating surveillance of certain communities; 3) highlighting calls for greater monitoring of extremist content on the Internet, and 4) grappling with the particular challenges faced by educators. The program will then turn to an interactive phase in which the moderator will ask the audience to respond to scenarios based on actual programs to trigger an active discussion.

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avatar for Barbora Bukovská

Barbora Bukovská

Senior Director for Law & Policy, ARTICLE 19
Barbora Bukovská has been ARTICLE 19’s Senior Director for Law and Policy since 2009. She leads on the development of all ARTICLE 19 policies and provides legal oversight and support to legal work across the organization.  Barbora has an extensive experience working with various organisations on a range of human rights issues, including protection from discrimination, access to justice, deprivation of liberty, reproductive... Read More →
avatar for Naheed Qureshi

Naheed Qureshi

Deputy Director, Muslim Advocates
Naheed Qureshi serves as deputy director at Muslim Advocates.  Ms. Qureshi was a founding board member of Muslim Advocates and served for four years as the chair of the fundraising committee.  She brings to Muslim Advocates a deep expertise in public policy with a focus on civil rights issues. Ms. Qureshi worked for the Washington Legislative Office of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), where she was responsible for national... Read More →
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Frank La Rue

Assistant Director General for Communication and Information at UNESCO


Thursday March 31, 2016 12:00pm - 1:15pm
The Bridge

Attendees (44)