An eye-opening investigation by journalist, Carla Power, into the rise of division and radicalisation in all forms, this deeply human account offers new ways to overcome the rising tides of extremism, one human at a time.  Starting from her interviews with the mothers of young men who have joined ISIS in the United Kingdom and Canada, the author travels in search of societies that are finding new and innovative ways to rehabilitate former extremists; from an American judge who has staked his career on finding alternative ways to handle terrorist suspects, a Pakistani woman running a game-changing school for former child soldiers, a radicalized Somali American who learns through literature to see beyond his Manichean beliefs, and a former neo-Nazi who now helps disarm white supremacists. En route, Power gleans lessons that bring her closer to the key question at the heart of her pursuit: Can we find a way to live together?


Cover: Hardback

ISBN: 9780525510574

No. of Pages: 304

Dimensions: 242 × 165 × 32 mm

Published by One World Books



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