Journal abstract While garnering heightened attention following the Trump administration’s travel restrictions, exclusionary tactics in counterterrorism have a much lengthier history. Given that some terrorism studies scholars identify social and[…]
Category: Policy documents
This is not a research source. The links from this page go to the UK Government’s website to where it has provided statistics on individuals referred to and supported through[…]
This is not a research resource. This is a guide produced by the UK Government, Department for Education, to help Headteachers and school staff identify some of the propaganda and[…]
This is not a research source. The links from this page go-to the UK Government’s website to where it has provided statutory guidance on implementation of the 2015 Counter-Terrorism and[…]
Learning together to be safe: A toolkit to help schools contribute to the prevention of violent extremism
This not a research-based resource. It is a toolkit prepared by the Department for Children, Schools and Families (now Department for Education) in response to the first iteration of the[…]
This is not a research-based resource. It is a policy document produced by the UK Government in 2012 (although these links are to the April 2015 updated version) to give[…]
This is not primary research, but is included on RadicalisationResearch.org for two reasons (1) it is a summary of contemporary research on al Qaeda influenced radicalisation, which readers will find[…]
This report forms part of the ongoing discourse about radicalisation within policy circles, published in response to the 2011 Prevent Review.
This review of the 2007 Prevent Strategy continues its aim to prevent people from becoming or supporting terrorism. It does so with some notable differences from the previous government’s approach.
This is not a research-resource. It is a UK Government policy document relating to its strategy to prevent radicalisation to violent action. The documents listed here formed part of the[…]