Through an approach of embodying the inquiry, this journal article investigates the scope, recommendations, and forensic investigation of the Manchester Arena Inquiry, and the way it places further responsibility for security on civil society, while being divorced from actual experiences of local spaces.
The “psychologisation of counter-extremism” is happening apace; this 2020 journal article argues that this is to evade the charge of racism in managing Muslim political agency.
This short journal article by Dr. Khadijah Elshayyal considers the impact of the statutory promotion of ‘fundamental British values’ through Prevent on Muslims in the UK.
The rise of the Preventive State assumes security as a core function; this journal article considers the drivers, multiple manifestations, and consequences of preventive policies for criminal justice.
Post 9/11 Islamophobia and the pathologisation of black people should be tackled as part of the Mental Health Act review, argue former psychiatrist Suman Fernando and researcher Tarek Younis.
Prevent is part of a wider surveillance strategy of Muslim civic agency, and this journal article was one of the first to explore this as a colonialist approach.
This journal article acknowledges the presence of Islam and campus and the presence of Prevent. It calls for free speech as the answer to polarising conditions.
Among the first empirical studies of how healthcare workers are trained to perform a counter-terrorism role under the UK Prevent strategy, this report evidences safeguarding professionals ethical concerns.
By applying counter insurgency frameworks to modern counter-extremism, this journal article argues that the UK’s Prevent strategy is a counter-insurgency tool.
Muslim integration is a subject rife with negative rhetoric, but this journal article rejects and challenges this, while highlighting racism as a determiner.