Back from the Brink| 1hr : 16mins
Director: Luke Stets | Producer: Luke Stets
Focus Years: 2013 | Country: United States
A feature documentary about the efforts of three dissimilar communities around the world in combating violent extremism. The film explores the complex world of Los Angeles gang members, Lebanese and Palestinian militias, and Pakistani militants. It also spotlights community leaders, religious leaders and educators who are facilitating the rehabilitation of radicalized youth. 'Back from the Brink' is used as a teaching tool for educators and parents in programs to counter violent extremism in diverse cultural contexts and for various ages. In Saudi Arabia, the King Abdul Aziz Center for National Dialogue and the Security University of Riyadh use the DVD as an educational tool for their de-radicalization programs. In Pakistan, the Sindh Punjab Educational Foundation use it in interior Punjab and Baluchistan.
Back from the Brink | 1hr : 16mins
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