Educational Trajectories of radicalized females in Montreal. Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society Principal Investigator (TSAS)
Related to our 5-year study of radicalization, this project explores the role of radicalized females. By gathering primary information on females who have either gone to Syria or have attempted to go there from Montreal, Quebec, the aim is to create portraits of their educational trajectories from information gathered through their peer-group, parents, teachers, and friends. We ask: What circumstances make some girls more vulnerable than others to ISIS propaganda?
Contact: Ratna Ghosh
Education Room 322 | (514) 398-4527 Ext. 094761 | ratna.ghosh [at] mcgill.ca
[visit website: Preventing Extremism through Educational Research (PEER), www.mcgill.ca/peer]