Women’s Roles in Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Rehabilitation in Pakistan

Sarah Chatellier with Dr. Shabana Fayyaz | August 2012

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From August 2010 to August 2012, The Institute for Inclusive Security implemented a program in Pakistan with support from the US Institute of Peace titled “Pakistani Women Moderating Extremism.” The initiative supported the formation of a national coalition of women leaders dedicated to curtailing extremism and promoting social cohesion. This second policy brief of a two-part series explores the impact of crisis and disaster on Pakistani women and the critical role they play in reconstruction and rehabilitation. It also provides recommendations for increasing women’s inclusion in Pakistan’s crisis-response, recovery, and rehabilitation mechanisms to better address extremism and counter radicalization.

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