The government’s terror strategy ‘compromises the Mental Health Act and must be challenged’

2018-09-28T14:40:01+00:00 September 28th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Add to this how, in 2015, the Home Office made the Prevent policy [Prevent is a controversial programme that aims to divert people from terrorism before they offend, and is currently voluntary] a statutory duty for public bodies to have ‘due regard’ in identifying and reporting patients deemed vulnerable to radicalisation. Doing so, the UK

Thinking Through Prevent Workshop

2018-08-31T12:45:52+00:00 August 31st, 2018|Prevent in the News, Uncategorized|

This event is aimed at anyone who has experienced ethical dilemmas in relation to the PREVENT Strategy. This might be as someone who has been referred under PREVENT, as a teacher, medical professional, academic or anyone else who has come into contact with this controversial strategy. The PREVENT Strategy is a recent concern of many

“Aaron-gate” – Prevent’s latest smearing of legitimate political dissent

2018-08-03T18:37:44+00:00 August 3rd, 2018|Uncategorized|

A report on tackling ‘hateful extremism’ commissioned in the aftermath of the Manchester Arena attack has been caught up in a barrage of criticism entirely of its authors’ own making, after smearing anti-fracking campaigners and then admitting it made a “dreadful error”. The report, A Shared Future [, 1.2Mb] by the Greater Manchester Preventing Hateful Extremism and

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