A sweeping package of counter-terror measures has been unveiled by the Government
How complaints procedure reinforce structural racism in the media.
Experiencing Schedule 7 in the UK
The briefing argues that if the inherent flaws of the Preventing Violent Extremism strategy are not considered then the project will fail.
Preventing Violent Extremism; Response by the Islamic Human Rights Commission To UK Government Consultation
The Prevent strategy is doomed to fail in its objectives of preventing violent extremism unless and until it solves a number of inherent flaws.
PRESS RELEASE: IHRC’S latest briefing provides an overview of the updated version of the ‘Counter-Terrorism Strategy of the United Kingdom’, also known as ‘CONTEST’, as published on the 24th of March 2009
The briefing discusses in some detail the omitted elements of the updated strategy where Muslims are considered extremist.
This briefing seeks to provide an overview of the updated version of the ‘Counter-Terrorism Strategy of the United Kingdom.
A must read for all those concerned with the British government\’s war on terror and its implications for its Muslim community.