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Instead of a prison sentence for possessing bomb-making material, Ben John will be expected to read classic novels and report back to the judge about what he learns.
Articles suggesting a link between autism and radicalisation can lead to unfair targeting.
Grossly oversimplified coverage risks serious damage to some of the most vulnerable in society.
University students and staff alike reported feeling like they cannot speak their mind due to concerns about the government’s Prevent strategy.
A nationwide report on Islamophobia on campus reveals that friendships between those of different backgrounds is most effective at dispelling racist views.
Norman Geras was clear in his work that revolutionary violence should be a last resort.
The University of Reading wrongly judged that Geras’ essay, which discusses political violence, might fall foul of the government’s Prevent strategy.
Lecturers remain concerned about limits the Prevent duty places on freedom of expression.
Teachers have a legal duty to promote British values, but what exactly are they?
A place for dialogue, not suspicion.
The government’s increasing focus on ‘extremism’ may be promoting rather than preventing violence.
Doctors face hard choices.
Some people could get quicker help if they are referred to a de-radicalisation programme.
UKIP’s Paul Nuttall stands next to the home secretary Amber Rudd during the BBC Election Debate.
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We asked two academics to check the claim made by UKIP leader Paul Nuttall.
Protecting the public after the London Bridge attack.
It’s practically impossible to protect sites like London Bridge without affecting public life.
Looking the right way?
Despite the growing threat from far-right groups, deradicalisation programmes have been largely targeting Muslims.
Social relationships and political engagement may prevent radicalisation.
A counter-terrorism strategy will not stop honour-based crimes.
Treating ‘illegal cultural practices’ as a form of terrorism could lead to more marginalisation.
Theresa May: will she pick up on counter-extremism where she left off?
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After years of promises, the government still has not detailed how a bill to tackle extremism would work.
Young Muslims are politically engaged.
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Discussions about the government’s Prevent strategy have ended up in a pointless and unproductive deadlock.
A new website launched to provide information on extremism.
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Referrals to the Channel programme are rising. Here’s what happens to people suspected at being at risk.
Young British Muslims are embroiled in a conundrum of non-belonging.
Combatting youth extremism is a priority for the UK government. But at what cost?
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The Channel programme is meant to protect children, but it could be breaching their rights.
At what cost?
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The new Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 may result in the UK countering terrorism with an extremist security policy.
Not all universities are the same.
Universities are acutely aware of their role in preventing terrorism. Now the government has proposed a statutory duty in the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill that will require universities, schools…