Prevent review branded ‘superficial’ as past decisions overlooked | UK news | The Guardian

2019-09-19T15:57:58+00:00 September 19th, 2019|Prevent in the News|

Inquiry into anti-radicalisation programme will only look at present and future proposals The independent review into the anti-radicalisation programme Prevent has been branded “strange” and “superficial” after it emerged it will exclude all past decisions from its scope. The review was announced after years of mounting criticism of Prevent, which has become a toxic brand for many within Muslim

Independent review of Prevent: terms of reference – GOV.UK

2019-09-19T15:56:00+00:00 September 19th, 2019|Prevent in the News|

The review will consider the present delivery of Prevent and recommendations for the future, rather than past delivery of Prevent.The review in particular will consider the following:is Prevent achieving its objectives? These are to:tackle the causes of radicalisation and respond to the ideological challenge of terrorismsafeguard and support those most at risk of radicalisation through

Home Office counter-terror programme secretly funded lifestyle website for Muslim teenage girls | Daily Mail Online

2019-09-19T15:54:29+00:00 September 19th, 2019|Prevent in the News|

An online lifestyle website for Britain's Muslim teenage girls is being covertly funded by the Home Office's counter-extremism programme.The website was started independently in 2015 in the wake of Shamima Begum's departure to Syria along with two other British school girls.It has now been revealed by the Observer that SuperSisters, created by J-Go Media, accepts

“We acknowledge we went wrong”: Lifestyle website for Muslim teens admits it should have been clearer about Home Office funding | UK news | The Guardian

2019-09-19T15:52:12+00:00 September 19th, 2019|Prevent in the News|

SuperSisters employee resigns and recruit turns down job because of website’s links to counter-extremism strategy A Muslim online lifestyle platform targeting British teenagers is discreetly funded by the Home Office’s counter-extremism programme, the Observer has learned. The revelation about funding of the project has led to a row between its owners, a former Muslim employee and its

Top Counter Terror Police Officer uses platform in Netanyahu’s Israel to promote the toxic PREVENT policy – CAGE

2019-09-19T15:50:34+00:00 September 19th, 2019|Prevent in the News|

London – Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu damaged the credibility of the Police by promoting the toxic PREVENT programme and demonstrating a deeply […] London – Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu damaged the credibility of the Police by promoting the toxic PREVENT programme and demonstrating a deeply problematic understanding of causes of violence as he lectures in Israel, one

Home Office ends £2.5m contract with couple paid to deradicalise jihadi brides | Daily Mail Online

2019-09-19T15:48:27+00:00 September 19th, 2019|Prevent in the News|

The Home Office has pulled the plug on its contract with a firm paid millions of pounds to deradicalise jihadi brides returning Syria following bullying and excessive profit claims. The Home Office has ended its contract with a firm paid millions of pounds to deradicalise jihadi brides returning from Syria, following allegations that the owners bullied

Beyond Prevent: Towards a society without counter-extremism | Middle East Eye

2019-09-19T15:29:32+00:00 September 19th, 2019|Prevent in the News|

New report should begin key discussions on how to move beyond the fallaciousness of counter-terrorism policy I recently attended the launch of the Transnational Institute report “Leaving the War on Terror: A Progressive Alternative to Counter-Terrorism Policy” at the Houses of Parliament. The launch took place in a national and global environment where it is now widely acknowledged

Muslim-American group hails ‘historic’ ruling against terror watchlist | Middle East Eye

2019-09-19T15:26:42+00:00 September 19th, 2019|Prevent in the News|

Judge rules against government database, which Council on American-Islamic Relations says is discriminatory against Muslims Hassan Shibly says he has never been happier in his life. The Florida-based Muslim-American lawyer has been interrogated and made to feel like a second-class citizen by United States border agents for the past 14 years. It happened every time he

‘Significant spike’ in Islamophobia after Boris Johnson’s comments on burkas | UK News | Sky News

2019-09-19T14:58:37+00:00 September 19th, 2019|Prevent in the News|

There has been a "significant spike" in Islamophobic incidents following Boris Johnson's comparison between women in burkas and letterboxes, according to an anti-racism group.Tell MAMA reported a 375% increase in anti-Muslim incidents from the week before Mr Johnson made the comments in August 2018 to the week after. There has been a "significant spike" in

NHS reports protester to Prevent for joining Extinction Rebellion | UK news | The Guardian

2019-09-19T14:56:54+00:00 September 19th, 2019|Prevent in the News|

Lyn Jenkins was visited by police after being reported to counter-terrorism programme A retired doctor who took part in non-violent environmental protests was visited by police at his home after his local NHS trust reported him to the government’s counter-terrorism programme. Lyn Jenkins, 69, joined the Extinction Rebellion environmental campaign after he became convinced that urgent action was needed

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