Introduction by Shamit Saggar and Samina Yasmeen
The recent Christchurch and Sri Lankan attacks, coming in the wake of the predicted demise of ISIS, have drawn attention to parallel trends in radicalisation around the world.Read more
Evidence about Islamist-inspired radicalisation
Almost two decades on from 9/11 a substantial body of research knowledge has been gathered about the nature of Islamist-inspired radicalisation and violence in western countries.Read more
Australia’s responses to the radicalisation of immigrant youth
The Australian Multicultural Foundation (AMF) has been engaged in research and program development designed to increase understanding of radicalisation of youth and to develop pathways to reinforce social cohesion.Read more
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- Professor Stephen Smith, Chair of Advisory Board
- Professor Dewi Fortuna Anwar
- The Honourable Colin Barnett MLA
- Professor Gordon Flake
- Professor Dawn Freshwater, PhD Nott, BA (Hons) Man, FRCN, RN, RNT, DipPsych, GAICD
- Winthrop Professor Carmen Lawrence
- Ms Jennifer Lawrence
- Mr Shivshankar Menon
- Dr Marty Natalegawa
- Mr David Norman
- Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng
- Professor Shamit Saggar