Research: Counter-Narratives to Extremism – Council of Europe, 2017

by Liam Byrne | 30.01.17

If today’s rise in extremism can be traced back to two overlapping crisis; a crisis of ideology, and a crisis of identity, then it is vital we work our way through the crisis of ideology, and in Europe, map the overlap between both Islam and the values set out in the European Convention on Human Rights. This is what my report for the Council of Europe seeks to do.

Counter-Narratives to Terrorism Intro Memo for rapporteur's visa (003)

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