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BEATRIZ BUARQUE: Brazilian journalist who has been studying the impact of the internet on the spread of extremism worldwide. Undergratuated in Social Communication – Journalism at UFRJ and MA student at the University of Westminster (Chevening Scholarship). Due to her work at Words Heal the World, she was invited by RAN (Radicalisation Awareness Network – European Commission) to attend the training seminar “Creating online campaigns around counter and alternative narratives”.

 

TEAM

STUDENTS FROM UFRJ: a group of eight students have been writing pieces about extremism/radicalization in Brazil and they also have been in charge of writing about international academic reports regarding these issues.

 

STUDENTS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER: a group of students from the University of Westminster from different backgrounds have been writing and making videos about the activities held by some organizations in the UK to tackle extremism.

IMAGINE USING CINEMA TO PREVENT RADICALISATION The Institute for Peace and Secular Studies has been doing this in Pakistan with the Peace Mobile Cinema. Take a look at how it works: http://www.wordshealtheworld.com/words-heal-the-world/a-mobile-cinema-with-a-message-for-peace-in-pakistan/
TALKS FOR PEACE     On April, 30th 6:30pm (London time) the representative from HOPE NOT HATE, Nick Ryan will answer questions about the rise of far-right movements. Send your questions to info@wordshealtheworld.com