counter terrorism Articles
Late University of Manchester professor’s essay flagged by counter-terrorism scheme
The essay, which dealt with the ethics of socialist revolution, was flagged by Prevent at the University of Reading.
Report shows Manchester Arena attack could have been avoided
An independent report has revealed that the Manchester terror attack in May could have been avoided, but the reviewer urges readers not to ‘despair’
Failures of the West’s counter-terrorism strategy
The UK could do much more to win the hearts and minds of British Muslims
What should we do in the Middle East?
Ben Farren looks at the underlying issues that the rise of IS has brought to the forefront of Western strategy
Universities shocked as government allege they welcome “hate speakers”
As new counter-terrorism legislation Prevent is implemented in universities, the government name and shame institutions that have allegedly welcomed ‘hate speakers’ with views “contrary to British values”
Staffordshire apologise to student accused under Prevent strategy
Mohammed Farooq was quizzed after being seen reading a textbook on terrorism. The university have flagged up the difficulties with implementing Prevent
NUS call for “all-out defiance” of Counter-Terror strategy
The NUS is collaborating with Defend the Right to Protest to oppose the government’s strategy to prevent radicalisation, which involves monitoring events & political campaigns on campus