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International Observatory of Human Rights – Strategic Brief on Counter-Extremism

The UK and European contemporary record for counter-extremism policy has travelled a bumpy road so far. Having reached a crossroads at which several organisations, including the UN (United Nations 2017), have spoken out over human rights concerns within UK policy; events have now reached critical mass.

It’s at this vital turning point that the International Observatory of Human Rights (IOHR) will release a series of policy papers aimed at driving serious and measurable change to UK counter-extremism policies.

To be published in three parts, IOHR’s papers will put forward innovative and concrete recommendations for policy change, taking into account the rapid evolution of the diversifying threat of extremism.

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International Observatory of Human Rights:
DECONSTRUCTING THE UK'S POLICIES ON COUNTER-EXTREMISM: A CALL FOR CHANGE (Strategic Brief)

“Terrorism is not new. But, amplified and accelerated by the reach and tempo of technological change, it is now more global, more multi-dimensional and of a different order of pace and intensity than Hans-Georg and I have seen in our long careers.”
— Andrew Parker, Director General of MI5

Deconstructing the UK's policies on counter-extremism: a call for change 07.08.18 | 504.53 KB Download report

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