Journal abstract Since 2015 universities have been placed under a legal duty of “due regard to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism.”1 This reflects the belief in UK counter-terrorism[…]
Journal abstract The aim of this article is to identify characteristics of communities where persons indicted under terrorism charges lived, planned, and prepared prior to carrying out a terrorist act.[…]
Journal abstract Experts increasingly refer to the crucial role of education in cultivating processes of sustainable peacebuilding in conflict-affected environments. While peacebuilding interventions have slowly started to place emphasis on[…]
Abstract This article examines one response to the UK Government’s directive that radicalisation and extremism should be tackled in all UK secondary schools. The small scale study is set in[…]
Thinking interestingly: The use of game play to enhance learning and facilitate critical thinking within a Homeland Security curriculum
Journal abstract Students of homeland security need to grasp a diverse body of knowledge and have a keen understanding of the variety of events and issues that impact how they[…]
Journal abstract This study questions whether the perspectives of security and intelligence serve educators well enough in the early stages of radicalisation. Assigned to signal deviant behaviour, educators are unwittingly[…]
Journal abstract This article reports on the development of an education intervention, the Beyond Bali Education Resource funded by the Australian Governments’ Building Community Resilience Grants of the Federal Attorney[…]
Radicalization and counter-radicalization at British universities: Muslim encounters and alternatives
From journal abstract: This paper explores the ‘spaces’ left over for Muslims to be ‘radical’ and the management of minority identities in light of their securitization in the UK. The[…]
Faith Schools We Can Believe In: Ensuring that tolerant and democratic values are upheld in every part of Britain’s education system
The paper is a critique of Britain’s faith schools, with a focus on Islamic schools in particular.
Second volume in The Fundamentalism Project: looks at the influence on branches of society by various fundamentalist movements.