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Extremism and Radicalization: An Overview of the Social, Political, Cultural and Economic Landscape of FATA

 

FRC makes sure that the voices of people of FATA would be heard and such conclusive studies will emerge from the land of the mountains, in order to understand and root out the causes of the prevailing extremism and radicalization in FATA. We will continue to raise a voice which could help bring peace, stability and development in the area.

This report is a result of the field research based on surveys, data analysis, and opinions of the people. The report is a collective effort of a team that has dedicatedly worked for several months in order to understand how war on terror has deeply influenced the people of FATA. Finding the attributes of the social, cultural, political, economic, infrastructure and gender empowerment issues among the communities of FATA was made possible with the help of the experienced team members who have worked in different capacities at different stages. We at FRC offer our heartfelt thanks to all those who made this report possible.

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