Events

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ENGAGEMENTS

Forthcoming Events

 

  1. March 2018 - Centre on Religion and Global Affairs, Rountable, Religion and Social Media in the Age of Extremism

 

Recent Events

  1. December 2017 - University of Hull, Guest Lecture, Policing Terrorism in the 21st Century
  2. August 2017 - 27th Krynica Economic Forum, The Union Divided: Quo Vadis, Europe?
  3. May 2017 - University of Wolverhampton, Examining the Far Right in the Midlands, Extremism in the Midlands: Deprivation, Frustration, and the Collapse of Political Trust
  4. May 2017 - SETA, Contemporary Extremism Workshop, Online Radicalization, Risk and Terrorism in the Digital Space
  5. May 2017 - Cabinet Office, Far Right Extremism Roundtable
  6. May 2017 - DITSS, Trillion Workshop, UK Testing Report
  7. October 2016 - University of Hull, ACPO Archive Launch, Policing Terrorism and Extremism in the 21st Century
  8. September 2016 - University of Münster, European Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Speaking Truth to Power: A quantitative test of the PREVENT strategy
  9. April 2016 - Public Policy Exchange, Dealing with Radical Extremism in Prisons, Radicalisation in Prison: Identification, Risk & Management
  10. February 2016 - Home Office, Workshop on Measurment of Extremism
  11. February 2016 - Home Office, Workshop on Social Harms of Extremism
  12. September 2015 - Birmingham City University, Society for Terrorism Research Annual Conference, Who supports the Terrorists?: A quantitative critique of the idea of a ‘terrorist profile’ amongst British Muslims.
  13. September 2015 - University of Central Lancashire, Crime and Security Policy Network Biennial Symposium, Migrant Generation and Trust in the Police: A Quantitative Exploration.
  14. July 2015- Lancaster University, Faith, Communities & Radicalisation, Understanding the ‘Far Right’: Islamophobia and the politics of cultural identity
  15. June 2015 - Teesside University, Tell MAMA 2014/2015 Report Launch Event, Cumulative Extremism and the State of Hate: Exploring the 2014/2015 Tell MAMA Data
  16. May 2015 - University of Manchester, ESRC Research Seminar Series on Right Wing Extremism in Contemporary Europe, Who are ‘the men who will stand up and fight’?: A digital profile of National Action
  17. September 2014 - Charles University Prague, European Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Mapping the 'God gap': A quantitative exploration of the relationship between religion and trust in the criminal justice system
  18. September 2014 - University of Leicester, Digital Populism and the Young: Populism, Young People, and the World Wide Web in Theory and Practice, 'Liking' Extremism: An exploratory map of right-wing populist support on social media
  19. September 2014 - University of Leicester, Digital Populism and the Young: Populism, Young People, and the World Wide Web in Theory and Practice, Attitudes to politics, radicalisation, and the PREVENT counter-extremism agenda: Making a case for citizenship education
  20. September 2014 - University of Leeds, Conflict Research Society Annual Conference, Radical, Religious, and (supporting the) Violent: A rational choice model of religious support for violence extremism
  21. July 2014 - Teesside University, Tell MAMA 2013/2014 Report Launch, Quantitative considerations for the analysis of Tell MAMA data
  22. September 2013 - Eötvös Loránd University, European Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Hellfire 2.0: A quantitative exploration of the relationship between religion, social control and juvenile delinquency in Britain
  23. July 2013 - Teesside University, Fascist Ideologues: Past and Present, Using Tell MAMA: Quantitative elements of data exploration
  24. April 2013 - Royal United Services Institute, Community Tension Workshop, Challenges for understanding Community Tensions: Linking Cause and Effect
  25. October 2012 - University of Ulster, Political Studies Association of Ireland Annual Conference, Transferable Extremism: Sectarianism, populism, and the market for political violence in Northern Ireland
  26. September 2012 - University of Coventry, Conflict Research Society Annual Conference, Pragmatic terrorism: A quantitative test of the role of political confidence on support for terrorism
  27. September 2012 - University of Northampton, A Special Relationship of Hate: 50 Years of the Anglo-American Far-Right, People Like Us: Mapping the social media linkages between the European and American far-right
  28. July 2012 - University of Portsmouth, British Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Islam, Democracy and Terrorism: Dispelling the myth of Islamic terrorist culture
  29. June 2012 - Danish National Centre for Social Research, Seminar on Methods and Methodology in Researching Extremist Groups, Using Social Media Tools to Research the Populist Right: Methodological Notes and Experiences from a pan-European Quantitative Study
  30. May 2012 - Central European University, The Radical Right and Europe Series, Quantifying the 'Populist Right': Findings from a quantitative study of the EDL
  31. December 2011 - Luxembourg Institute for European and International Studies, The Rise of the Extreme Right and the Future of Liberal Democracy in Europe, Researching The New Face of Digital Populism: Tracing the rise of populism through online behaviours