Published in: digitaLibertiesTrust and suspicion under ‘policed multiculturalism’
‘Policed multiculturalism’, removes decisions regarding community relations from political discussion by presenting them as matters of ‘security’, to be decided in governmental or bureaucratic circles by security professionals.
Published in: Home‘Policed multiculturalism’ and predicting disaster
Counter-radicalisation in France draws on British and Dutch policies developed in the mid-2000s. It extends police action to areas of diversity management such as education, religion and social policy. With what results? Interview.
Why your government doesn’t want you on a strict privacy diet, and what you can do about it
As Snowden’s revelations have had little impact on our online habits, expecting national governments or the EU to stand up against electronic surveillance misses the point.
Published in: HomeSyria on our minds – fear of youth radicalisation across the European Union
Counterterrorist and counter-radicalisation policies not only have the potential to undermine the democratic principles, institutions, and processes they seek to preserve but also to produce unintended consequences.
Surveillance: justice, freedom and security in the EU
A discussion of European surveillance programmes cannot be reduced to the question of a balance between data protection versus national security. It has to be framed in terms of collective freedoms and democracy.
Sweden's surveillance: justice, freedom and security in the EU
Over the years, Sweden has become the biggest collaborating partner of GCHQ outside the English-speaking countries, and a key member of the Five Eyes network.