Digest of P/CVE LinkedIn Posts, March 2020

We have packaged the 10 most-consulted LinkedIn posts on P/CVE from March by Thorsten Koch, MA, PgDip. Sorted in descending order:

Sometimes radicalisation and psychological problems go hand in hand (Universiteit Leiden)

De-radicalisation approach needs ‘fundamental review’ – Prison Officers’ Association (BBC)

Towards a Typology of Terrorism Involvement: A Behavioral Differentiation of Violent Extremist Offenders (Journal of Threat Assessment and Management)

States urged to tackle violent extremism (Daily Trust, Nigeria)

Monitoring Radicalisation: A Framework for Risk Indicators (CSD)

Gender and Preventing Violent Extremism (PRIO)

The Dutch approach to extremist offenders (ICCT)

Canterbury Police won’t tolerate extremism towards Muslim community – Stuart Nash (Newshub)

Common Characteristics of “Successful” Deradicalization Programs of the Past (NSI)

Global programs may foster radicalization rather than preventing extremism (Devdiscourse)

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