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13. Februar 2013

Mothers Schools, Tajikistan

In the sunny mountains of northern Tajikistan, in the city of Khujand, a group of pioneering female leaders came together to kick off the first Mothers School at the invitation of Women without ...

Mothers School Tajikistan © FoG

 

05. Dezember 2012

Edit Schlaffer at the TEDx Women Conference

A Talk with Archana Kapoor and Arshi Hashmi

Watch a video of Edit Schlaffer participating in an enticing discussion with our SAVE sisters, Arshi Hashmi from Pakistan and Archana Kapoor from India about global consequences of extremism and the ...

TEDxWomen

 

23. November 2012

Your Mother

Film by Sisters Against Violent Extremism

“Your Mother” captures the stories of mothers in Palestine, France and the UK whose children have committed acts of violent extremism, or who intended to do so. These brave women discuss ...

Your mother Siham

 

18. September 2012

9/11 Women Refuse to Hate

Fifteen women shared with us the journey they have been on since September 11, 2001, when they lost a husband or child to the attacks. They spoke of the difficulties of having to mourn in public, because ...

WOOF NY

 

16. September 2012

Women Of One Fabric Launch and Workshop in New York

In partnership with Tuesday’s Children, SAVE—Sisters Against Violent Extremism will ran the very first Women of One Fabric workshop in Irvington, NY, as the primary stage of a global solidarity ...

WOOF NY

 

31. Juli 2012

Pakistan: Der Kampf gegen den "Radio Mullah"

Edit Schlaffer für "Die Presse"

Radikale Taliban kontrollieren das pakistanische Swat-Tal, terrorisieren die Bevölkerung und rekrutieren Kinder. Immer mehr Frauen wehren sich dagegen. Doch Extremismus ist nur eines der vielen ...

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25. Mai 2012

Secretary Clinton shines a spotlight on SAVE in recent remarks

Underlines the vital importance of women in security

“Around the world today, women are refusing to sit on the sidelines while extremism undermines their communities, steals their sons, kills their husbands, and destroys family after family. They’re ...

Clinton SAVE Remarks

 

16. Mai 2012

Peace from the Bottom Up

Ideas and Approaches from the Middle East at the ICSR in London

On May 10th, 2012, The International Centre for the Study of Radicalization (ICSR) hosted Founder and Executive Director of Women without Borders/SAVE, Dr. Edit Schlaffer, in an event entitled "Peace ...

Yossi Mekelberg

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01. Mai 2012

Aicha el-Wafi Responds to the Toulouse Attacks

Aicha el-Wafi is the mother of Zacarias Moussaoui, the only person ever to be tried in a US court on charges of involvement in the September 11 attacks.  Since her son’s arrest in 2001, ...

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05. April 2012

A Look Back at Hillary Clinton's Smart Power Approach to Counterterrorism

“WHY extremists always focus on women is a mystery to me. But they all seem to. It doesn’t matter what country they’re in. They want to control women. They want to control how we dress, ...

Hillary Clinton white

 

23. März 2012

A Call for Unity Against Terrorism

SAVE's response to recent attacks in Toulouse

By killing seven French citizens, the suspect in the tragic Toulouse murders, Mohamed Merah, has sought—in his own words—to “bring France to its knees.” Merah reportedly joined ...

Toulouse teacher

 

20. März 2012

SAVE Returns to Tajikistan!

In February 2012 SAVE returned to Tajikistan to identify female community leaders and bring them together through a Teamshaping workshop in partnership with the Association of Scientific and Technical ...

Tajik women smiling 2012

 

07. März 2012

Tapping into the Untapped Potential: Women Must Make the World a Safer Place

International Women's Day 2012

This International Women’s Day, Women without Borders/SAVE would like to celebrate the strength, resilience, and dedication of women to make the world a better place. We also want to take this ...

SAVE Gruppenfoto © Xenia Hausner

 

24. Februar 2012

SAVE Film: Mothers for Change! Israel & Palestine

The inspiring story of Robi Damelin and Siham Abu Awwad

SAVE Sisters Robi Damelin and Siham Abu Awwad are two mothers who reached out to one another across the divide of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and formed a strong alliance. The peace process ...

Robi and Siham © Frauen ohne Grenzen

 

13. Jänner 2012

New Hope for a New Beginning! India-Pakistan Youth Dialogue

On 22 November 2011, Women without Borders/SAVE-Sisters Against Violent Extremism facilitated a dialogue event between Indian and Pakistani youth in Mumbai to bridge the longstanding political divide ...

Ind-Pak dialogue students

 

05. Jänner 2012

SAVE film: Nigerian Women Stand Up to Violent Extremism

A message from SAVE sisters Esther Ibanga and Khadija Hawaja

Nigeria has entered the year 2012 with a worrying state of emergency due to the terrifying Christmas-day attacks on churches, which resulted in the death of at least 50 people. Boko Haram claimed ...

Esther and Khadija - Xenia © Frauen ohne Grenzen

 

21. Dezember 2011

STOP Violence! An anonymous hotline in Yemen

SAVE is setting up the first anti-extremism hotline in Yemen, to provide support and counseling to concerned family members

Yemeni society, which has long struggled with low employment and high inflation rates as well as poverty and illiteracy, is now also facing the resurgence of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and the ...

Smokey Sanaa © Frauen ohne Grenzen

 

16. Dezember 2011

Somali Women Standing Up to Violent Extremism

On Tuesday, December 6th, 2011 Women without Borders/SAVE hosted an evening panel discussion entitled, Somali Women Standing Up to Violent Extremism, featuring two Somali women activists Hanan Ibrahim, ...

Somali women

 

09. Dezember 2011

SAVE Visits Tajikistan!

From November 28 to December 2, 2011, SAVE conducted a country visit to Dushanbe, Tajikistan, to learn more about violent extremism and radicalization that lead to terrorism in the country as well as ...

SAVE Tajikistan

 

30. November 2011

Beyond Grief- a SAVE Film

How women stand up to violent extremism

Beyond Grief is a short documentary depicting the common journey of a group of women from India and Pakistan, who were all affected in one way or another by violent extremism. These brave women risked ...

SAVE Gruppenfoto © Xenia Hausner

 

22. November 2011

SAVE Visits Mumbai Workshop Graduates!

SAVE visits the graduates of the competence and confidence building income-generating workshop in Mumbai

On November 20, SAVE Global visited the graduates of the SAVE competence and confidence building income-generating workshop in Mumbai, India. The participants, all wives of constables in the Mumbai police ...

Graduates of the Mumbai Workshop

 

15. November 2011

Can Mothers Stop Terrorism?

A SAVE discussion at the Paley Center in New York

On Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 Women without Borders/SAVE hosted a panel discussion entitled Can Mothers Stop Terrorism? at the Paley Center for Media in New York, featuring Aicha el-Wafi and Abdul Haqq ...

Paley Center 1 ©Women without Borders

 

09. September 2011

SAVE: Commemorating 9/11

Around the world, we all recognize just how much 9/11 has changed our lives. This recognition is not merely intellectual; it is an emotional reaction to increased security measures when traveling, the ...

Mothers group

 

11. Juli 2011

This is How Mothers MOVE Against Violent Extremism! - Videos

Film footage of the Mothers MOVE conference

In June 2011, 13 exceptional women came together in Vienna to share their experiences as activists and mothers in countering violent extremism. During a three-day conference that included media and leadership ...

 

28. Juni 2011

This is How Mothers MOVE Against Violent Extremism!

From June 6-8, thirteen inspirational women came together in Vienna to share their experiences as activists and mothers in countering violent extremism.

The Mothers MOVE conference gave participants the opportunity to hear from women from different cultural contexts, with the aim of learning from each other’s experiences, sharing best practices ...

 

27. Juni 2011

Summit Against Violent Extremism 26-29 June 2011

SAVE Sisters participate in a meeting of 90 former extremists and victims in Dublin to address questions of youth radicalization

During the last few weeks, tensions in Northern Ireland have flared up, manifesting themselves in violent riots. These events show that despite the peace process, Northern Ireland continues to be ...

 

10. Juni 2011

SAVE Mothers MOVE: Panel Presentation

On 7 June, 2011, seven mothers affected by violent extremism shared their inspiring narratives of turning grief into action.

The Mothers MOVE Panel Presentation in the Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna, showcased and celebrated the role of mothers in preventing and combating violent extremism. The women that SAVE brought ...

Teilnehmerinnen Mothers MOVE © Frauen ohne Grenzen

 

14. April 2011

Indian Women Say No To Violent Extremism!

SAVE's first integrated income-generation and anti-extremism training kicks off in Mumbai, India

On Monday, April 4, SAVE’s first integrated income-generation, empowerment and anti-extremism training kicked off in Mumbai. The participants of the unique 8-week program Indian Women Say No to ...

The women engage in the initial confidence-building exercises ©

 

08. März 2011

SAVE Sisters feiern den 100. Geburtstag des Internationalen Frauentags

Wir blicken zurück auf 100 Jahre Einsatz der Frauen, um die Welt zu einem besseren Ort für alle zu machen – für Frauen, Männer und Kinder

Es war ohne Zweifel ein harter Kampf und die Reise ist noch lange nicht zu Ende. Frauen haben die wichtigste Bewegung des 20. Jahrhunderts aufgebaut, haben die Art, wie wir in den Familien, Gemeinschaften ...

 

16. Februar 2011

Mütter für Veränderung!

Ein Women without Borders/SAVE angewandtes Forschungsprojekt

Executive Summary Mütter für Veränderung! ist ein angewandtes Forschungsprojekt, das die Rolle von Frauen in De-Radikalisierungsprozessen untersucht. Frauen sind strategisch positioniert, ...

 

27. Jänner 2011

The Women's Dialogue: India-Pakistan, New Ideas for a New Way Forward

On Tuesday, January 18, 2011, four representatives from India and Pakistan came together to present the results of a courageous dialogue that cut across political and religious boundaries.

Although politicians on both sides regularly engage in high-level negotiations, grassroots representatives—and especially women—are only rarely included. It is obvious, however, that diplomatic ...

 

17. Jänner 2011

Sprechen, bevor es zu spät ist! Die Frauen machen es besser

Gastkommentar von Edit Schlaffer. Am Beispiel einer indisch-pakistanischen Frauenrunde: Wie der Dialog zur Überwindung von Isolierung und Extremismus beitragen kann.

Verständnis, Versöhnung, Vergebung, Kompromisse und Ideale: Das sind Begriffe, die wir nicht ad hoc mit den Verhandlern auf dem Parkett der internationalen Politik assoziieren. Warum eigentlich ...

 

10. Jänner 2011

The Women’s Dialogue: India-Pakistan

New Ideas for a New Way Forward

Die Nuklearmächte Indien und Pakistan halten die Welt in Atem. Beide Länder waren in der jüngsten Geschichte schon wiederholt am Rande eines Krieges. Die Anschläge auf Bombay am 26. ...

 

26. November 2010

From soft power to smart power in Mumbai

SAVE India works with policemen's families on the anniversary of the Mumbai terrorist attacks in an income-generating workshop

Dear Women without Borders, Dear SAVE Sisters, Dear Friends, The face of Mumbai has changed drastically over the past week; this bustling metropolis has taken on fortress-like qualities in preparation ...

Income-generating workshop, India Nov 2010

 

25. Oktober 2010

Political Conflict Resolution Starts at Home! Men and Women join Forces across the Divide

Ein Dialogprojekt zwischen Indien und Pakistan

Seit dem Ende der Kolonialherrschaft Großbritanniens im Jahr 1947 schwelt der Konflikt zwischen Indien und Pakistan. Verhandlungen und Friedensabkommen werden erst dann Erfolg haben, wenn Strategien ...

Arshi S. Hashmi und Mossarat Qadem © FoG

 

24. September 2010

Follow SAVE on Flickr!

Photostories of our most recent projects

SAVE has recently joined Flickr, so now you can follow SAVE's activities in pictures! So far, you can see our pictures from our colorful workshop in Mumbai this April, and from Yemen last October. ...