Our founder, Dr. Houda Abadi, has written extensively on a wide range of topics relating to Islamophobia, violent extremism, and women's rights. Recognized for her expertise in policy and community programs, Dr. Abadi's writing is noted for being thoughtful, engaging, and empowering.
Dive into her work to explore the challenges that fuel conflict, and learn how you can play a part in the peacebuilding process.
PUBLICATIONS & FEATURES
Peacebuilding: Community Approaches to Preventing Violent Extremism: Morocco as a Case-study. Center for Global Policy. (2019)
Countering Daesh’s Media Strategies: The Role of Community Leaders. In WISEUP, Knowledge ends Extremism. (2017).
Why Daesh Recruits Women. In WISEUP, Knowledge ends Extremism. (2017).
Introduction. In Guidebook of Research and Practice to Preventing Violent Extremism. The Carter Center. (2017)
Introduction. In Countering Daesh Propaganda: Action Oriented Research for Practical Policy Outcomes. The Carter Center. (2016)
Gendered February 20th Movement: Moroccan Women Redefining Boundaries and Identities. CyberOrient (2014)
Celebrating AlHaked: Sound Tracking Resistance. Jaadailyya (2013)
Abraham’s Vision: Unity program Teacher’s Guide. An Introduction to Jewish-Muslim Relations. (2009).
Written with: Aaron Hahn Tapper, Khashani, Lanoil, Peer, Siegel, and Witman .
Women’s Struggles and Movements in Morocco. Montana University Press (2005)
Presented at the international conference in Montana University & United Nations
Us vs. Them: Framing of Islam and Muslims after 9/11. Iowa Journal of Communication
Written with: Kim Powell
Presented at National Communication Association
Peace Through Unity0. Keynote Speech - Atlanta Institute for Diplomatic Leadership. (July 2020).
Community Approaches in Countering Daesh and Islamophobia. Keynote Speech, Forward Global Women. (2017)
American Muslims After Elections: Civic Engagement as an imperative. Keynote, Muslim Association of Puget Sound in Seattle. (2016).
Countering Extremism Online: Immunizing our Communities. Presented to Muslim Association of Puget Sound in Seattle. (2016).
Inclusive Approaches to Countering Daesh and Islamophobia. Presented to a multinational delegation of 56 military officers from U. S. Naval War College. (2016).
Violent Extremism: Setting priorities for research. United States Institute of Peace. (2016).
Understanding Daesh and towards more Effective Strategies. U.S Naval War College. (2015).
Understanding ISIS online propaganda. Guest Lecturer at Kennesaw State University. (2015).
Sectarianism in the Middle East. Great Decision Speakers- Foreign Policy Association. (2012).
Hollywood and Orientalism. Panelist on use of Art, Resistance and Mobilization: University of North Carolina. (2013).
Transnational Muslim Youth, Politics, and Art. Guest lecturer at Georgia State University: Media and Popular Culture. (2012).