Prevent after TERFOR: why local context still matters

Therese O'Toole, Stephen H Jones, Daniel Nilsson DeHanas, Tariq Modood

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Abstract

Since Prevent was first rolled out on a national scale in 2007 its implementation has varied markedly across local contexts. The most recent policy statement on Prevent, by a specially commissioned taskforce on radicalisation which reported in December 2013, appears to want to minimize local variation by making delivery of Prevent a legal requirement. Any attempt to bypass local demographic and political variations may, however, prove to be counterproductive or even unworkable in practice.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherPublic Spirit
Publication statusPublished - 16 Dec 2013

Structured keywords

  • SPAIS Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship

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