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ICSR Report Launch – Prisons and Terrorism: Extremist Offender Management in Ten European Countries, July 22nd

ICSR Report Launch – Prisons and Terrorism: Extremist Offender Management in Ten European Countries, July 22nd
8th July 2020 ICSR Team
In Events, Seminars

Where: Online
When: Wednesday July 22nd, 5pm BST / 12 pm EST

This event will launch a report co-authored by ICSR Research Fellow Rajan Basra and Senior Fellow Peter R. Neumann.

This report offers a wide-ranging analysis of the role prisons can play in radicalising people – and in reforming them. Building on a 2010 study that used the same methodology, it examines the policies and approaches of ten European countries, identifying trade-offs and dilemmas but also principles and best practices that can help governments and policymakers spot new ideas and avoid costly and counterproductive mistakes.

It paints a picture of countries trying to grapple with a challenging – and rapidly changing – situation. Over the past decade, many European countries have had to deal with a significant increase and diversification of their extremist offender populations, raising systemic questions about prison regimes, risk assessments, probation schemes, and opportunities for rehabilitation and reintegration that had previously often been dealt with on a case-by-case basis.

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