British Security Minister Outlines Key Elements of New Prevent Agenda at ICSR Conference
Speaking yesterday at a conference jointly organised by King’s College London’s ICSR, the Council on Foreign Relations, and Georgetown University’s Center for Peace and Security Studies, British Security Minister Baroness Pauline Neville Jones revealed core elements of the British government’s revised Prevent agenda.
She announced that the new strategy would be broader than it currently is. It will “confront all forms of extremism, from the far left to the far right”. At the same time, it will focus “more narrowly… on violent extremism and the pathways that lead to [the] espousal of violence”.
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