Published in: Home: OpinionSunak’s plan to criminalise ‘hating Britain’ is a throwback to empire
The former chancellor wants to refer Britain’s critics to Prevent. He’s obviously terrified of the truth
Published in: Home: OpinionFar-right conspiracy theories are now embedded in the UK mainstream
And no wonder, when British journalists promote conspiracy theories and government politicians embrace extremist rhetoric
Countering the radical right, back to basics
If you think the answer to the rise in the radical right threat lies in counter-terrorism and/or counter-extremism...
Preventing violent extremism: stepping out of our echo chambers
For many of those who are aware, Muslim communities included, Prevent is a common sense, social care approach to an...
Preventing violent extremism: a response
For many people affected by the Prevent programme to counter violent extremism, enough is not being done.
Preventing violent extremism: we need to talk about Kieron
When it comes to preventing people being drawn into terrorism, our responsibility is to offer interventions and...
The UK's “Hateful Extremism” report: more muddled thinking on an already over-crowded pitch
Within the context of our policies for Integration, Hate Crime and the Prevention of terrorism, do we need a...
Published in: Global ExtremesThe EU’s “Islamism” bias and its “added damage” in Central and Eastern Europe
On the absurdity of a Western European extremism prevention program which indirectly strengthens right-wing...
Published in: Global ExtremesThe Prevent database: counter extremism is watching you
The Prevent databases are not concerning because they are a new revelation; they are concerning because they are not.