Fuuse/forum is a platform for open exchange on the most demanding issues that our society faces today. Fuuse/forum encourages the interchange of various vantage points through bringing forward hidden, alternative and excluded perspectives in an atmosphere of plurality and respect. Fuuse/forum cultivates this multiplicity of opinions to develop rounded understandings and practical recommendations on crucial current issues.
Fuuse/forum THE HUMAN FACE OF RADICALISATION
The Human Face of Radicalisation was the first Fuuse/forum held in Oslo. The event identified the factors that make young people vulnerable to the messages of extremism and jihadism, and suggested practical methods to address these, in order to generate long-term solutions to radicalisation in Europe.
Watch former extremist, Alyas Karmani discuss the family dynamics that can lead young men and women to radicalisation
Munir Zamir turned his back on violent extremism and found an outlet through art.
Fuuse/forum MY BODY, MY RIGHTS – FORCED MARRIAGE
My Body, My Rights – Forced Marriage was the second forum of this series. For this event we listened to activists that work to prevent these crimes, and to some young women who have escaped the prospect of forced marriage.
Shaheen Hashmat on surviving honour abuse
Nazir Afzal OBE speaks out against Forced Marriage and Honour Based Violence
Neda Barzegar escaped forced marriage and now campaigns to stop it. She told her story at our second Fuuse/forum
Fuuse/forum MY BODY, MY RIGHTS – FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION
My Body, My Rights – Female Genital Mutilation was the third of our Fuuse/forum series. The activists who took part in this Fuuse/forum represent the courageous new wave of anti-FGM activism, standing up for their rights of their own bodies against the weight of tradition and identity.
Survivor of Female Genital Mutilation Sarian Karim-Kamara
Leyla Hussein: Female Genital Mutilation is sexual abuse