A New Look at Pakistan through the Eyes of Women on the Frontlines

Posted by on May 30, 2012

  In a time when media often portray Pakistan through the lens of terrorism, a delegation of 12 Pakistani women peacebuilders brought forth a new narrative to the US. They showed the world what women are doing to promote peace and address the root causes of extremism in Pakistan. While the media rarely recognizes them […]

Pakistani Women Leaders Propose Solutions for US Foreign Policy to Help End Extremist Violence

Posted by on April 24, 2012

Why The United States provides more foreign aid to Pakistan than to any other country, with the exception of Afghanistan. A significant portion of those funds is intended to reduce violent extremism through the provision of aid to civilians. Still, thousands of Pakistanis die each year due to ethnic, sectarian, and political clashes motivated by […]