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Updated on 17 Aug 2018
Exploring the Nuanced Nexus between Terrorism and Organised Crime

In this Perspective, I aim to illustrate that although the crime-terror nexus has attracted significant attention of late, it is not a new phenomenon, and has past iterations that offer useful lessons for its present form. I reference my own experience as a police officer in Scotland and draw parallels to far older diaspora communities […]

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Updated on 7 Aug 2018
Reflecting on: What Types of Media Terrorists Collect

As a service to ICCT’s readers, ICCT Associate Fellow Dr. Donald Holbrook summarises key points of his work and makes suggestions for further reading.  Research Summary ‘What types of media do terrorists collect?’ analyses religious, political, or other ideological media publications that were uncovered in police investigations relating to individuals convicted of involvement in Islamist-inspired […]

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Updated on 31 Jul 2018
June 2018 Newsletter

Our June 2018 Newsletter is out! Read about our latest events, publications and activities. You can read the newsletter here. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions, suggestions or comments. If you would like to receive our future newsletter by email, please subscribe.

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Updated on 31 Jul 2018
May 2018 Newsletter

Our May 2018 Newsletter is out! Read about our latest events, publications and activities. You can read the newsletter here. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions, suggestions or comments. If you would like to receive our future newsletter by email, please subscribe.

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Updated on 31 Jul 2018
ICCT Director Renske van der Veer in AT5 Nieuws Article

In this article for AT5 Nieuws on radicalisation policy in Amsterdam, ICCT Director Renske van der Veer was quoted discussing what the newly appointed Mayor of Amsterdam should focus her efforts on concerning radicalisation in Amsterdam. Renske argues that the policy debate surrounding radicalisation has become politicized, and emphasized that research must be undertaken to […]

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Updated on 25 Jul 2018
Alastair Reed & Jennifer Dowling: The Role of Historical Narratives in Extremist Propaganda

In this article for the NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence journal, Dr Alastair Reed and Jennifer Dowling examine the role of historical narratives in extremist propaganda. Read the article here. 

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Updated on 16 Jul 2018
Returning Indonesian Extremists: Unclear Intentions and Unprepared Responses

A number of Indonesian nationals who support the self-styled Islamic State have now returned home from the Middle East. Some may have received military training or even seen combat, but so far the majority have been those who failed in their attempts to enter Syria and Iraq from Turkey and were subsequently deported. While recent […]

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Updated on 8 Aug 2018
High Level Panel: The Use of Terrorist Watch Lists

On the 31st August, ICCT is hosting a High Level Panel on the use of international terrorist watch lists. Register now! UNSCR 2396: The Use of International Terrorist Watch Lists Friday 31 August, 15:30 – 17:30  T.M.C. Asser Instituut, R.L. Schimmelpennincklaan 20-22, The Hague With growing international movements and networks of terrorists, governments are now […]

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Updated on 6 Jul 2018
Investigating and Prosecuting Cases of the Nexus between Organised Crime and Terrorism: Best Practices and Lessons Learned for Practitioners

On the 24 April 2018, ICCT, in collaboration with the Netherlands embassy in Qatar, the Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Centre (ROLACC) and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) hosted a workshop titled ‘Investigating and Prosecuting Cases of the Nexus between Organised Crime and Terrorism: Best Practices and Lessons Learned for Practitioners‘ […]

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Updated on 2 Jul 2018
An Inconvenient Truth: Countering Terrorist Narratives – Fighting a Threat We Do Not Understand

In a recent report, ‘Countering Terrorist Narratives’, written for the European Parliament LIBE committee by my colleagues Dr Haroro Ingram,  Joe Whitaker and myself, we provided an overview of the multiple different projects and approaches being enacted at the International and European levels. Many different approaches have developed, each aiming to tackle the threat of […]

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