The CPRLV offered a webinar named “Gender and Radicalization: How gendered behaviours bias our analyses” to a general public.
The objective of this presentation was to address the link between sexology, gender expression/identity and violence in the analysis of radicalization. In addition, participants were able to understand how all forms of extreme ideologies (right-wing extremism, left-wing extremism, politico-religious extremism, single-cause extremism) preconceive and advocate gendered and stereotyped behaviours as a basis for their ideals.
In addition, the webinar showed how gender bias can be expressed in the CPRLV’s analyses of the prevention of radicalization and how this impacts practice, particularly in the academic, judicial, security and associative spheres, especially when it comes to reflecting on women’s propensity to adhere to extreme ideologies and to practice violence in the name of these ideologies.
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- On 17 July 2020
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