Dr Rakib Ehsan
Research Fellow, Centre on Radicalisation and Terrorism
Dr Rakib Ehsan is a Research Fellow at the Centre on Radicalisation and Terrorism at the Henry Jackson Society
Dr Rakib Ehsan is a Research Fellow in the Centre on Radicalisation & Terrorism.
Rakib specialises in the socio-political behaviour and attitudes of British ethnic minorities, with a particular focus on the UK’s Bangladeshi and Pakistani ethnic groups.
He holds a BA Politics & International Relations (First-Class Honours), MSc Democracy, Politics & Governance (Pass with Distinction), and a PhD in Political Science, all from Royal Holloway, University of London.
His PhD investigated the effects of social integration for British ethnic minorities. Rakib has had research published by a number of UK-based think-tanks, including Runnymede Trust, Policy Exchange and Intergenerational Foundation, as well as the Mackenzie Institute, an independent security think-tank based in Toronto, Canada.