Emma Webb is a Fellow at the Centre for the Response to Radicalisation and Terrorism.
Before joining the Henry Jackson Society, she was Co-Director of Children’s Charter, a “think and do” tank focusing on safe guarding.
She has a BA in Theological and Religious studies from Trinity College, Cambridge and an MA in Hebrew and Jewish Studies (distinction) from Kings College London. Her academic research has focused on interfaith and inter-community relations, religious identity in society, philosophy and politics, and Islamic and Jewish law and literature.
She has written in a personal capacity on Islamism, antisemitism in Europe and abroad, the British Jewry and religion in British and European society.
Media Experience: BBC, Sky, LBC, Published in The Spectator and The Independent
Expertise: Pan-European Islamist terror networks, in particular in France and Belgium; religious identity in law and society.