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THE ROLE OF MADRASAS 

Assessing Parental Choice, Financial Pipelines and Recent Developments in Religious Education in Pakistan & Afghanistan
2018 - Edited by David Vestenskov 
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Since the 9/11 attacks on the US and the subsequent ‘Global War on Terror’, religious seminaries in Afghanistan and Pakistan – the madrasas – have been in the international limelight.
In the West, these madrasas are often perceived as incubators of violent extremism and key elements in the food chains of militancy; moreover, they are designated as a cause of general instability.
Internally in Pakistan and Afghanistan, the madrasas have also received much attention over the past years, with calls for political reforms surfacing in both countries. In Pakistan, the issue was even incorporated into the National Action Plan countering terrorism in 2015. That same year, the Royal Danish Defence College (RDDC) developed the initial outline for a research project combining three main questions related to madrasas. In a cooperative framework, three research institutions – CRSS & PICSS from Pakistan and CAPS from Afghanistan – were each provided with a single separate research question so that they might conduct field studies independently of one another.

This book is the combined result of all three studies edited by the RDDC. The intention is to provide a more nuanced view on the role of madrasas in Afghanistan and Pakistan by addressing some of the core questions pertaining to these institutions: Why do Pakistani parents decide to send their children to madrasas instead of public schools? From which sources do the Pakistani madrasas generate their funding, and how dependent are they on this funding? What are recent developments and which groups run madrasas in Afghanistan? This book presents the findings from the extensive data-collection conducted by CRSS, PICSS, and CAPS and concludes by offering a set of recommendations concerning which elements continued reforms of the madrasas should strive to incorporate to provide progressive solutions in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
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Edited by David Vestenskov 
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{{resources.ReleaseYear}} 2018 
{{resources.Language}} Engelsk 
{{resources.PageCount}} 155 
{{resources.ISBN}} 978-87-7147-213-4 
{{resources.ReleaseDate}} 30-01-18
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