Thrilled to be featured in the top 10 articles of the 2010s from the Chatham House archive. Not bad company to be keeping.
Today I have been in Brussels for the launch of the European Commission’s new Radicalisation Awareness Network. It is an interesting initiative that paves the way for an EU-wide, systematic, and cross-sector approach to ensuring that those on the frontline… Read More ›
I contributed a piece to a RUSI collection exploring what new insights had been gleaned from the coroner’s inquests into the 7/7 bombings. My piece looked at the bombers themselves – their personal lives, relationships, behaviours, and actions. You can… Read More ›
Over the last decade, many millions of pounds have been spent on efforts to prevent radicalisation. This ‘upstream’ work has included everything from intense personalised programmes with young people deemed to be ‘at risk’ of radicalisation, through to broader projects… Read More ›
Here is a paper I wrote outlining the role of civil society in tackling radicalisation. As we approach the 10th anniversary of 9/11, it’s important to continue striving for better government-civil society cooperation if we are to be effective in… Read More ›