Click here to link to my recently published journal article in Political Insight. The piece offers a critique of the PREVENT statutory duty placed on universities and higher education institutions. I have pasted the opening paragraph or so below for you to have a look at. As with many academic journals, it’s likely that you will need… Read More JOURNAL ARTICLE: Controversy: Is Prevent Harming Universities? – Political Insight
Another comment piece I forgot to add when I wrote it a while ago that was published on the LSE’s ‘Religion in the Pubic Sphere’ website – click here to view. Radicalisation on campus: why counter-terror duties for universities will not work Universities are now required to provide specialist staff training on radicalisation, carry out… Read More Comment: Radicalisation on campus: why counter-terror duties for universities will not work – LSE Religion and the Public Sphere
At the tail end of last year, I had a new article published in the relatively new academic journal, Identity Papers: A Journal of British and Irish Studies. Titled, Britishness and Muslim-ness: differentiation, demarcation and discrimination in political discourse, it is free to download for everyone by clicking here. To whet your appetite – if necessary –… Read More JOURNAL: Britishness and Muslim-ness: differentiation, demarcation and discrimination in political discourse
The University of Birmingham today published my opinion piece on the threat posed by far-right extremism in response to last week’s atrocities in Norway. You can read the article on the University website by clicking here. There is also an online poll connected to the opinion piece. You can vote on this by clicking here.… Read More Birmingham Brief: Has the UK ignored the threat from the far-right?