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Book review: ‘The rage: the vicious circle of Islamist and far-right extremism’

Book review: ‘The rage: the vicious circle of Islamist and far-right extremism’

Posted: Tue, 17 Oct 2017 by Dale Claridge

Julia Ebner's new book explores the symbiotic relationship between Islamist and (other) far right extremism, how Islamist and anti-Muslim narratives feed each other, and how we can challenge both.

Tags: Reviews, Extremism, Anti-Muslim bigotry, Sectarianism

Muddled-thinking on counter-extremism threatens free speech

Muddled-thinking on counter-extremism threatens free speech

Posted: Wed, 04 May 2016 by Benjamin Jones

Leaks ahead of the Government's latest counter-extremism drive show that they have failed to balance freedom of speech with the impossible objective set out to legally challenge Islamist ideas in the "pre-criminal space."

Tags: Freedom of Expression, Extremism, EDOs

The encroachment of reactionary Islamism in academic life

The encroachment of reactionary Islamism in academic life

Posted: Tue, 08 Sep 2015 by Stefano Bonino

Universities and academics seeking to challenge anti-Muslim prejudice should promote genuine Muslim human rights groups rather than unrepresentative Islamists seeking to advance their own reactionary agenda, argues Dr Stefano Bonino.

Tags: Islamism, University, Community Cohesion, Extremism

Quilliam is coming to Exeter- and here’s why

Quilliam is coming to Exeter- and here’s why

Posted: Thu, 16 Jul 2015 by Charlie Evans

The Quilliam Foundation promote a citizenship and human rights approach to tackling extremism. Charlie Evans is setting up the first Quilliam student group at Exeter University and hopes anyone who shares secular and liberal values will join this new student movement against political and religious extremism.

Tags: Extremism, student, Quilliam

New "safe campus" website - radical silence on religious radicalism?

New "safe campus" website - radical silence on religious radicalism?

Posted: Wed, 22 May 2013 by Elizabeth O'Casey

Elizabeth O'Casey argues for the importance of recognising the specific role religious extremism plays in the radicalisation of UK campuses.

Tags: Extremism, Campus