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Can we prevent the incel movement from inspiring mass killings?

On 12 August a 22-year-old man shot and killed five people including his mother and a three-year-old girl in Plymouth before shooting and killing himself. How can families prevent loved ones from falling prey to mixed, unclear or unstable extremist ideologies? Join us for this free live discussion between experts.

16 September 2021, 12.01am

Hear from:

Sean Arbuthnot Specialist in the UK Prevent anti-terrorism programme, Prevent coordinator for Leicestershire and former police detective
Naama Kates Writer and producer with a background in comp sci and linguistics, and creator of the ‘Incel’ podcast
Hadiya Masieh Founder and CEO of Groundswell Project UK, which seeks to build empathy in communities
Chair, Bàrbara Molas Expert on far-Right ideology and radicalisation; teaches at York University (Toronto); leading member of the UK-based Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right

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