Antoinette van den Berg
Antoinette van den Berg is Office Manager and responsible for the Communications at ICCT. She has experience in the field of communications, office management, fundraising and research. Her responsibilities lie with online communication through social media channels; external communication with partners, academics and policymakers; background research and event organisation.
Prior to joining ICCT, Antoinette worked at Stichting Right to Play, where she was responsible for the relationships with major donors. She previously worked with Europol and the Dutch Police.
Recent cases of attacks by released terrorist prisoners highlight issues around the risk of re-offending posed by former terrorist prisoners. What are the appropriate processes and systems for managing and risk assessing such individuals, and to what extent is rehabilitation possible in the context of terrorist offending? This Policy Brief will explore these and related […]
On May 19th, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police announced that they were commencing terrorist proceedings related to a February 24 stabbing attack at a massage parlour in Toronto. In doing so, they claimed that this attack—in which an unnamed 17-year-old male killed a woman and injured one other individual—was inspired by what they call ‘Ideologically Motivated Violent […]
In 2013, four young British men from West London travelled to Syria to join ISIS. Dubbed ‘The Beatles’ by their hostages, and subsequently the global media, this British ISIS cell allegedly became responsible for at least twenty-seven beheadings of Western hostages. Six years have since gone by and despite their capture the remaining two members […]