British Home Secretary Suella Braverman has much to answer for regarding anti-Palestinian racism amid her calls for controls on demonstrations, says the Middle East Eye.
Home Secretary Suella Braverman has told the British parliament that a controversial commentator accused of a “record of hate” against Muslims holds “mainstream, insightful and perfectly decent political views”.
Birmingham artist Faisal Hussain’s We Must Not Be Extreme is part of an existing series of sculptural works that challenge Prevent, entitled Suspect Objects Suspect Subjects.
Shawcross’s recommendation on Prevent and immigration urges that the policy be extended into the immigration system and into job centres. But increasing their hostility is not the answer to a safe UK.
Earlier this month the Counter Extremism Project put on an event to examine how to maintain the momentum of ‘Prevent’, the national counter-radicalisation security strategy.
A closer look at the function of Prevent in education reveals serious errors by William Shawcross, both in his recommendations and in his understanding of Prevent in schools.
Rights & Security International (RSI) has raised concerns about trends suggested by UK data on race and ethnicity from Prevent and Channel referrals.
William Shawcross, the counter-terrorism report author of a controversial review into the Prevent strategy has been accused of failing to do his job properly.
The Shawcross Prevent review ignores ‘non-Muslim’ ideological violence, sending a problematic message to the British far-right, writes Dr Layla Aitlhadj.
We assert the need for a new notion of “British values” that suits the universal character of our population in this excerpt from the People’s Review of Prevent.