Led by the Global Terrorism Research Centre (GTReC), the Monash Radicalisation Project has contributed to better counter-terrorism policy-making and practice by generating insights into the unique processes of radicalisation in Australia and identifying potential counter-measures.
The project also provides new understandings of radicalisation of benefit to scholarly, policing, policy-making and prison system counter-terrorism stakeholders
- GTReC ARC Linkage Project on Radicalisation Conference 2012 featured on the Resilient Communities WebsiteGTReC’s 2012 conference have recently been covered by the Resilient Communities website, featuring a summary and photos from the three day event… Read more
- 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 ... Read more
- ARC Linkage Project on Radicalisation – Conference 2012 Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in Australia and Indonesia: 10 Years after BaliConference Summary Conference Details – Conference Program – Presenter Biographies – Keynotes from the Conference ARC Linkage Project on Radicalisation – Conference 2012 Terrorism and Counter-terrorism in Australia ... Read more
- Australian Counter Terrorism Commissioner, Mr Bill Paterson, opens ‘Lessons from 9/11′ Conference, held 1-2 September 2011 by the ARC Linkage Project on Radicalisation in Australia… Read more