Join Our Training Sessions Preventing Violent Extremism

About the Training Sessions

By bringing the Clarion Project Preventing Violent Extremism training sessions to your city, you have the opportunity to engage our instructors to develop a better understanding and responsiveness to radicalization within your community and industry.

Our program works with educators, social workers, local and state politicians, law enforcement and community influencers and groups. We help you understand what extremism is and how to recognize the push and pull factors that make radical and extremist groups so attractive to children and young adults.

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About the Speakers

Tania Joya

Tania Joya is a former jihadi extremist now working in de-radicalization and preventing violent extremism. Tania Joya’s ex-husband was radicalized as a teenager in Texas and was ISIS’ main propagandist in Syria. Originally British, she travelled with her husband to join ISIS, but decided to flee with her four children to come to the United States.

Frank Meeink

Frank Meeink is a former white supremacist who spent 3 years in prison for kidnapping and assault. After prison, Frank reformed and has been active in combating hate and violent extremism ever since.

About the Instructors

Raheel Raza

Raheel Raza is president of the Council for Muslims Facing Tomorrow. Raheel is an award-winning journalist who has appeared on CNN, Real Time with Bill Maher and more. She has spoken at Harvard, Columbia. Brandeis, Oxford and Cambridge, on Capitol Hill as well as to the parliaments of Sweden, UK and Israel. Raheel covers issues of honor-based violence, radicalization and extremism.

Shireen Qudosi

Shireen Qudosi is Clarion Project’s National Correspondent. Shireen’s work has also been published in The FederalistOn Being and Women in the World. She has testified before the House Homeland Security Committee Hearing on radical Islam. Shireen campaigns against hate and alienation in theological spaces and preventing violent extremism, with a focus on ideology and child radicalization.

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