Raheel’s mission is to expose the dangers of radicalization, educate herself and others on the values of democracy, and empower communities to bring about change from within. She focuses her work around three areas:
Human Rights are the bricks that build a society. When the foundation is strong, the structure remains intact.
Women make up more than 50% of our world’s population, yet they get less than half their share of freedoms. Unless women are empowered to equally participate in every aspect of social and political life, the world will remain incomplete.
Extremism in every form is destructive. Whether its extreme left or extreme right, there’s nothing right about it. Radicalization is a process by which an individual or group comes to adopt increasingly extreme political, social, or religious ideals and aspirations that reject or undermine expressions of freedom of choice. No one is born a radical, radicals are taught and created. We have to find the source from where this ideology stems and plug the holes before they consume our youth.
Combatting the worlds oldest hatred that continues globally and is an aberrant stain on human rights and humanity at large. Click here to read Raheel’s essay on the dangers of antisemitism.