Greg Barton, Pete Lentini, Simon Moss and Joe Ilardi
Global Terrorism Research Centre
First published in 2011
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Public Seminar by Professor Tore Bjørgo
On 17th July, 2013, the Global Terrorism Research Center hosted a public seminar by Professor Tore Bjørgo on the topic of “Strategies for Preventing Terrorism”…
Guest lecture by A/Prof David Cook
On 1 May, 2013, the Global Terrorism Research Center hosted a guest lecture by David Cook on the topic of Islam and the West…
Summary of the GTReC ARC Linkage Project on Radicalisation Conference 2012
Coinciding with the tenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks in Bali, the 2012 GTReC conference examined the significant progress made in understanding and countering violent extremism…
Summary of the GTReC ARC Linkage Project on Radicalisation Conference 2011
With expert speakers from across all sections of the CT community this conference reflected on the extent to which terrorism, counter-terrorism policy, approaches to understanding terrorism and community relations have changed since 9/11, what stakeholders are doing right, and what we should be doing.
Globalization, Illiberalism and Islam: Europe and Australia
Globalization, Illiberalism, the West and Islam: European and Australian perspectives brought together leading thinkers and practitioners across Europe and Australia working on issues of national identity, social cohesion and radicalisation to generate cutting edge analysis and policy recommendations.
2008 GTReC International Conference
The Global Terrorism Research Centre, Monash University, hosted an International Conference that was devoted to the topic of “Radicalisation Crossing Borders: New Directions in Islamist and Jihadist Political, Intellectual and Theological Thought and Practice”, organized by Dr Sayed Khatab and Dr Pete Lentini. The conference was held in the Assembly Chamber of the Parliament House of Victoria, Australia, on November 26 and 27, 2008, and sponsored by Monash University’s Global Terrorism Research Centre, the School of Political and Social Inquiry, the Department of Premier and Cabinet in Victoria, the Australian Research Council Asia Pacific Futures Research Network- Islam Node, and Leading Solutions technologies.