FJWU holds panel discussion on ‘Cyberspace, Youth & Radicalization’

Staff Reporter

Rawalpindi

The department of Behavioral Sciences, Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) Tuesday organized a panel discussion titled “Cyberspace, Youth and Radicalization.”
The discussion was arranged under FJWU funded project “Cyber bullying and Pakistani Youth: Issues, Challenges and Solution.”
The discussants for the panel included Dr. Sohail Tajik, Commandant Sihala Police College, Islamabad, Tariq Anees, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Special Branch, Rawalpindi, Maj (R) Chaudhary Safdar Hussain Khokhar, Lahore High Court Lawyer and Ms. Sobia Masood, Lecturer, Criminology with Forensic Psychology. The discussion moderator was Dr. Muhammad Bilal, HoD, Department of Behavioral Sciences.
Prof. Dr. Naheed Zia Khan, Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences opened the discussion with a brief note focusing on the importance of Cyberspace in today’s world and the major role it plays in the lives of the youth. Prof. Dr. Samina Amin Qadir, Vice Chancellor, FJWU was the chief guest
at the closing ceremony and appreciated the steps being taken by the governmental agencies in identifying niches of radicalization and the counter-terrorism strategies being taken to avoid such incidents in future.

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