WGWC Knowledge Hub (K-Hub)


K-Hub Working Group on Women and Preventing/ Countering Violent Extremism (PCVE) (WGWC) is a media for consolidating knowledge about the work of women and PCVE in Indonesia, by taking good and bad practices, civil society and the government in implementing policies and programs for women and PCVE.


About WGWC


WGWC is a network platform for civil society and government that works to strengthen gender mainstreaming in policies and interventions to combat radicalism and extremism (terrorism) in Indonesia. Followed by 24 organizations from civil society and government to work in the prevention of violent extremism declared a collaboration platform called Working Group on Women and P / CVE (WGWC) on July 24, 2017 in Bogor. The WGWC is a shared house for actors working on gender mainstreaming in preventing violent extremism. At the same time, the movement has built a foundation for collaborative work and invited more new partners to build the women's and P / CVE movements in Indonesia.

Born out of concern over the increasing involvement of women in extremist networks and the over-emphasis on masculinity in approaches to countering violent extremism, on 24 July 2017, representatives from 16 civil society organizations, ministries and government bodies working in preventing violent extremism founded a collaboration platform: the Working Group on Women and P / CVE (WGWC). Government partners in the WGWC include the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas), the Directorate General for Corrections, the Ministry of Social Affairs' "Handayani" Marsudi Putra Social Shelter (PSMP), the National Counterterrorism Agency (BNPT), the Ministry of Education, and the Coordinating Ministry for Political, Legal and Security Affairs.

WGWC's work is based on UN Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace, and Security, with a focus on four pillars: Prevention, Protection, Participation and Relief-Rehabilitation. WGWC serves as a home for actors working to mainstream gender perspectives in order to prevent violent extremism. WGWC is a collaborative platform and invites more partners to join towards building a women's movement as part of P / CVE efforts in Indonesia.


STEERING COMMITTEE


Member of the Steering Committee

Five agency representatives were chosen by the partners to become Steering Committee members, based on the following criteria:

  • Displaying deep understanding, knowledge and experience on women's issues and P / CVE.
  • Possessing the time and energy to work on these issues;
  • Possessing a high level of integrity;
  • Displaying strong commitment to working on the basis of volunteerism;
  • Having broad insight and access;
  • Participating in the working group from its inception;
  • Possessing deep experience in working in a particular field;
  • Possessing strong experience in leadership positions;
  • Displaying deep commitment to the principle of inclusive Indonesian nationalism.
  • Rubi Kholifah

    Country Representative of the Asian Muslim Action Network (AMAN) Indonesia. Recipients of awards as 100 influential women in the BBC 2014 version and recipients of the 2016 N-Peace Award.

  • Riri Khariroh

    Currently one of Komnas Perempuan's commissioners leads the study of women and violent extremism, issues of fundamentalism, radicalism and relations with gender-based violence.

  • Mira Kusumarini

    Is the Executive Director of C-Save. C-Save is a network of civil society organizations that collaborate in dealing with violent extremism in Indonesia, regionally and globally.

  • Any Rufaedah

    Is a Senior Researcher at DASPR Daya Makara University of Indonesia, an institution that conducts research and assistance for former terrorists and their families.

  • Taufik Andrie

    Is the Executive Director of the Peace Inscription Foundation. His expertise in the field of research analysis in the field of conflict, violence related to politics, radicalism and deradicalization and the issue of terrorism in Islam and politics.