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Book “Terrorisme”: discussing core questions about terrorism
Recently, Europe was again shaken by some attacks. This ‘Elementair Deeltje’ places terrorism in a historical perspective and gives an up-to-date overview of this form of political violence.
Jelle van Buuren in Pauw on Manchester attack
On Tuesday 23 May, Jelle van Buuren, assistant professor at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs, was a guest at the Dutch news programme Pauw. As expert on terrorism he discussed the attack in Manchester at the concert of pop star Ariane Grande.
Jeanine de Roy van Zuijdewijn about the term ‘soft target’
Since the attack of 22 may 2017 in the Manchester Arena, we have often seen the term ‘soft target’. Jeanine de Roy van Zuijdewijn, researcher at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs, took part in a Q&A about the attack in Manchester.
Jeanine De Roy van Zuijdewijn Discusses the Beheading of Samuel Paty in Dutch Newspaper NRC
De Roy van Zuijdewijn, researcher and lecturer at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs, wrote an opinion piece on the ongoing threat still being posed by Jihadism in Dutch newspaper NRC.
Migration and crime are in the spotlight in society. Within the Institute for Criminal Law and Criminology, research in this area has strongly developed in recent years. The concept of Crimmigration is central to this.
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.
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…
FGGA Researchers comment on possible attack in Utrecht
On Monday 18 March at 10:45 a deadly shooting took place on the 24 Oktoberplein in Utrecht, killing three people and severely injuring five others. Leiden University expresses its solidarity with the families left behind in the wake of this horrendous and regrettable incident. Several researchers of…
Dovilė Rimkutė and Bart Schuurman awarded Veni grant
The Dutch national research organisation NWO has awarded a Veni grant to 21 researchers from Leiden University, two of them are researchers from FGGA: Dovilė Rimkutė and Bart Schuurman.
Jelle van Buuren in Trouw: Selective perception around right-wing and jihadist violence US
Research has shown that terrorist attacks in the US are more often committed by right-wing extremists than by islamitic extremists. However, news about attacks by right-wing extremists hardly ever reach the media. Jelle van Buuren tells the Dutch newspaper Trouw that right-wing extremists are at least…
Online Summer Programme: Preventing, Detecting and Responding to Violent Extremism
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- Advanced Summer Programme: Preventing, Detecting and Responding to the Violent Extremist Threat
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…
Scientists of the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs about the Terrorist Attacks in Europe
An overview of the media appearances of scientists working with the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs about terrorist attacks in Europe, their consequences, and more.
Advocate-General Simon Minks discusses the 'Context' terrorism trial
Advocate-General Simon Minks was involved as a public prosecutor in the Context proceedings. In this interview he shares some insights with the Centre for Professional Learning, of which he is a Fellow.
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