Current Trends in Radicalization and De-radicalization
Current Trends in Radicalization
A major component of counter-terrorism studied today is the attempt to identify the processes that motivate an individual to perpetrate acts of terrorism. This process has been broadly termed radicalization, and properly understanding the way in which someone becomes radicalized can have immeasurable impact on the future of counter-terrorism, with most countries around the world contending with the phenomenon of home-grown terrorists committing attacks.
This workshop will delve into the concept of radicalization, utilizing expertise from around the world to build a picture of today's trends in radicalization. Panelists will also share ideas and experiences of de-radicalization in hopes of identifying probable solutions to a major problem facing states around the world.
Chair: Prof. Fernando Reinares, Professor and Chair, Political Science and Security Studies, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos & Senior Analyst on International Terrorism, Real Instituto Elcano & Member of the Professional Advisory Board, ICT, IDC Herzliya, Spain
Prof. Teresa de Almeiida e Silva, Associate Professor, Institute of Social & Political Sciences, University of Lisbon, Portugal
Prof. Edythe London, Professor In-Residence, Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), United States
Prof. Randall Rogan, Professor of Communication, Wake Forst University, United States
Prof. Alex Schmid, Director, Terrorism Research Initiative (TRI); Research Fellow, International Centre for Counter Terrorism (ICCT) & Member of the Professional Advisory Board, ICT, IDC Herzliya, The Netherlands
Prof. Gerald Steinberg, Founder & President, NGO Monitor and Professor of Political Sciences, Bar Ilan University, Israel & Ms. Olga Deutsch, Director, Europe Desk, NGO Monitor, Israel
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