Centre on Radicalisation & Terrorism

The Centre on Radicalisation & Terrorism (CRT) is unique in addressing violent and non-violent extremism.

By coupling high-quality, in-depth research with targeted and impactful policy recommendations, we aim to combat the threat of radicalisation and terrorism in our society.

Islamic Human Rights Commission: Advocating for the Ayotollahs

RADICALISING OUR CHILDREN: An Analysis of Family Court Cases of British Children at Risk of Radicalisation, 2013-2018

Extremism on the Airwaves

Terrorism in the West: An Age of Extremes

Terror in The Dark: How Terrorists use Encryption, the Darknet and Cryptocurrencies

Prison Management of Terrorism-Related Offenders: Is Separation Effective?

Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: How Islamist Extremists Exploit the UK Charitable Sector

Mend: “Islamists Masquerading As Civil Libertarians”

Converts to Islam and Homegrown Jihadism

ISIS Khorasan: Presence and Potential in the Afghanistan-Pakistan Region

Trafficking Terror: How Modern Slavery and Sexual Violence Fund Terrorism

The Forgotten Fighters: The PKK in Syria

Understanding CONTEST: The Foundation and the Future

For Our Children: An Examination of Prevent in the Curriculum

Foreign Funded Islamist Extremism in the UK

Infographic: The Homegrown Threat

Foreign Terrorist Attacks by the Islamic State, 2002-2016

Extremism in the Community: The Case of Shakeel Begg

Islamist Terrorism: Analysis of Offences and Attacks in the UK (1998-2015)

Myths and Misunderstandings: Understanding Opposition to the Prevent Strategy

An Enduring Threat: Europe’s Islamist Terror Networks Then and Now

Profiles of Islamic State Leaders

Destroying Islamic State, Defeating Assad: A Strategy for Syria

“We Will Conquer Your Rome:” A Study of Islamic State Terror Plots in the West

Britain’s Forgotten Women: Speaking to Survivors of ‘Honour’-Based Abuse

Preventing Prevent? Challenges to Counter-Radicalisation Policy On Campus

The View from Tehran: Iranian Leaders’ Perspectives on the International Framework Agreement

Extradition to the United States: A Long Road to Justice

Surveillance after Snowden: Effective Espionage in an Age of Transparency

Understanding CAGE: A Public Information Dossier

Community Policing and Preventing Extremism: Lessons from Bradford

‘Honour’ Killings in the UK

The Legal Case for British Military Action Against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria

British Jihadists: Preventing Travel Abroad and Stopping Attacks at Home

Disrupting Extremists: More Effective Use of Existing Legislation

Terrorism and Islamism in the MENA region

A Guide to Refuting Jihadism: Critiquing radical Islamist Claims to theological authenticity

The Presumption of Innocence: Difficulties in Bringing Suspected Terrorists to Trial

The European Angle to the U.S. Terror Threat

Historical Ties to Jihadism in Massachusetts

Al-Qaeda in the United States – A Complete Analysis of Terrorism Offenses

Faith in the Public Sphere – A Study of Media Reporting of Faith Based Claims

Timeline of Terror: A Concise History of Hezbollah Atrocities

U.S. Should Assist Britain in Meeting Security Threats to the 2012 London Olympic Games

Challenging Extremists: Practical Frameworks for Our Universities

Islamist Terrorism: The British Connections

Radical Islam on UK Campuses: A Comprehensive List of Extremist Speakers at UK Universites

Control Orders: Strengthening National Security

Radical Islam on UK Campuses: A Comprehensive List of Extremist Speakers at UK Universites

Crimes of the Community: Honour-Based Violence in the UK

Blood & Honour: Britain’s Far-Right Militants

Anwar Al-Awlaki: The UK Connections

Hizb Ut-Tahrir: Ideology and Strategy

The West and the Future of Islam: A Debate between Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Ed Husain

Victims of Intimidation: Freedom of Speech Within Europe’s Muslim Communities

Islam on Campus: A Survey of UK Student Opinions

Virtual Caliphate: Islamic Extremists and their Websites

Hate on the State: How British Libraries Encourage Islamic Extremism

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