Kieran Ford is currently a PhD student and researcher at the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago, New Zealand. Having grown up in the UK, Kieran has a background in education and activism. His research interests include education, extremism, community, peace and social change.
Published in: openDemocracyUKThe UK government thinks I am an extremist – and you might be one too
The UK government has turned to the policing of ideas in their efforts to pre-empt and thwart terrorism. Such a...
Published in: HomeThe banality of terrorism
Current responses seem to normalise terrorism – cementing it into the everyday reality of daily life, in the same...
Published in: TransformationDon’t mourn, organize! Three ways millennials can build a better post-Trump future
Still in shock from last night’s US election? It’s time to turn those negative emotions into optimistic energy.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Which lives do we mourn? And other questions we no longer decide for ourselves
What control does Facebook have over our experience of tragedy?