Natalie James is currently undertaking her PhD in Politics at the University of Leeds. Her research focuses on the UK’s Counter-terrorism policy ‘Prevent’ where she is conducting an intersectional feminist analysis of experiences of the Prevent Duty in the Further Education sector. She holds a BA(hons) in Politics and an MSc in Politics and Research Methods from the University of Sheffield.
Published in: democraciaAbierta: AnalysisO isolamento pandêmico está aumentando o extremismo ideológico?
Extremistas de direita estão se aproveitando das restrições da Covid-19 e das teorias da conspiração para recrutar...
Published in: Countering the Radical Right: AnalysisIs pandemic isolation pushing people towards extremism?
Right-wing extremists are taking advantage of COVID-19 restrictions and conspiracy theories to radicalise and...
Published in: Countering the Radical RightTreating white men as a new suspect community is not the answer
The recent rise in radical right extremism is a concern, but defining a new 'suspect community' needs to be avoided.
Published in: Countering the Radical RightPreventing violent extremism: a response
For many people affected by the Prevent programme to counter violent extremism, enough is not being done.