13 search results for “jihadisme” in the Public website
Destination Syria: An Exploratory Study into the Daily Lives of Dutch 'Syria Travellers'
What does the daily life of those who travelled to Syria to join jihadist groups look like? Destination Syria, a new ISGA report, provides answers to this question
Daan Weggemans in NOS about the recent video from IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
On Monday, 25 April 2019, a video appeared on the Internet where IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was seen and heard. The Islamic terror group IS has distributed this video on the internet. Baghadadi has not appeared in public since 2014.
Bert Koenders live on Dutch radio BNR de Wereld
Bert Koenders, Professor Peace, Justice and Security at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs (ISGA) appeared live on the ‘BNR de Wereld’ special broadcast ‘De Grote Vredesshow’ (The Great Peace Show). The radio show was hosted live from Wijnhaven in collaboration with the Faculty Governance…
PhD dissertation Jasper de Bie third in international competition
Jasper de Bie, who obtained his doctoral degree at the Institute of Criminal Law & Criminology and who is currently employed by the Ministry of Security and Justice, has been awarded an honourable third place in the international competition 'TRI Award for the Best Doctoral Dissertation on Terrorism…
Bart Schuurman in Dutch regional newspaper 'de Gelderlander' on the threat of unwarranted jihadism fatigue
On 27 September 2019, Bart Schuurman, Assistant Professor at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs spoke to Dutch regional newspaper 'de Gelderlander' about the decline in attention for jihadism.
Daan Weggemans’ view on the deradicalization policy of municipalities
Municipalities claim successes in the fight against radicalization. But when do you call deradicalisation policy a success? Trouw gives 4 options.
Jeanine de Roy van Zuijdewijn on NPO 1 on ‘returners’ from Jihadist war zones
Compared to its European neighbouring countries, the Netherlands undertake relatively few attempts to bring back women and children from Iraq and Syria. De Roy van Zuijdewijn explains why on Dutch NPO 1 radio.
Edwin Bakker on the court case of IS fighter Red N.
Away from the public eye, the court case in Turkey against the Dutch jihadist Reda N. came to a close this week. The verdict has far reaching implications for the case against Reda scheduled to appear in front of a Dutch court next week. Edwin Bakker, Professor Terrorism and Counterterrorism at the…
Jelle van Buuren and Daan Weggemans on books on jihad in Vught prison library
Radical books on Islam glorifying armed jihad and humiliating Jews and Christians are available in the Vught prison library.
Liesbeth van der Heide as guest on Dutch television programme ‘Nieuwsuur’ on the reintegration of terrorists
On Monday 29 April, Liesbeth van der Heide, researcher at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs of Leiden University, was a guest on the Dutch television programme ‘Nieuwsuur’. She reflected on the interview with Jason Walters, a former member of the Dutch Hofstad terrorist group. The ‘Hofstad…
Television appearance Jelle van Buuren on Dutch children in a Jihadist environment
During an episode of Dutch television talk show PAUW on Monday 24 July, presenter Jeroen Pauw discussed the new threat assessment recently published by the Dutch National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism (NCTV). Jelle van Buuren, Assistant Professor Terrorism and Political Violence at Leiden…
Inventorying and monitoring of laws and policies related to dealing with ‘jihadism’
An international comparative study of the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Historicizing Security. Enemies of the State, 1813 until present
The research project ‘The History of National Security, 1945-present', is funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), the Campus The Hague/Leiden University and the Netherlands Institute for Military History (NIMH). The project will run until the summer of 2013, when we hope…