This paper discusses the rise of the radical right in Europe as well as right-wing extremist violence.
This article provides both a good introductory survey to approaches to counter-radicalisation, placing US efforts in the context of European practices.
A special issue of a journal, with papers based on new primary research, that focuses on Muslim young people in Britain and Russia.
Through profiling radicals who have turned to violence as well as those that haven’t, this report explores why some types of radicalisation develop into violence.
A biography on one of the key theorists of jihad, Abu Mus’ab Al-Suri.
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 report summarises the findings of a European-wide survey on disengagement and deradicalisation policies within EU member states.
Class, gender and religious influences on changing patterns of Pakistani Muslim male violence in Bradford
Suggests that analysis of Pakistani Muslim communities requires explanation not just in terms of social class and ‘race’ but also with reference to religion and culture insists that there is[…]
The author spent over four years working in a youth project in London. The aim of the research was to contest the notion of the ‘Asian Gang’, increasingly popular in[…]
This book focuses on the Muslim communities within Bradford, UK.