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Ms Sabariah Mohamed Hussin is a Research Analyst. She is a member of the Religious Rehabilitation Group secretariat with the objective to rehabilitate detained radicalised individuals and their families through counselling, including countering misinterpretations promoted by self-radicalised individuals and those in support of ISIS or other terrorist organisations.
Currently, she is working on a project on ‘Deradicalisation of Terrorists and Strategies on Aftercare and Rehabilitation’.
Having been worked with MENDAKI, Council for the development of the Malay/Muslims community in Singapore, she is involved in the intervention programmes for community developments over the last 10 years. She works extensively with partners and stakeholders to empower the community through excellence in education and self-development initiatives. She was instrumental in establishing the Maritime Committee with SENSE with its main purpose to create employment for the under privilege.
Her passion is to the community, working towards a peaceful and harmonious way of life.
Areas of Expertise
- Radicalization & Countering Violent Extremism focusing on the notion of a broader integrative model of “pre-incident” (ex-ante) work on preventive measures and “post-incident” (ex-post) work on rehabilitation.
- Community Engagement and the Role of Women
Deradicalisation and Rehabilitation: Way Forward for Returnees
08 April, 2019
CO17179 | Countering Violent Extremism: Role of Women and Family
28 September, 2017
Last updated on 11/01/2019