Research grant awarded to Daan Weggemans, Katharina Krüsselmann, Tessa Ubels and Marieke Liem
With this grant the researchers seek to shed light on the factors which play a role in transmitting jihadist ideas, and explore possible ways to mitigate this transmission.
The Research and Documentation Centre of the Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security has awarded a research grant to Daan Weggemans, Katharina Krüsselmann, Tessa Ubels and Marieke Liem (Institute of Security and Global Affairs, Leiden University). Working closely together with Anne-Laura van Harmelen at the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, they will systematically study the intergenerational transmission of jihadist ideology within families.
Social Resilience and Security
This research is embedded in Leiden University’s interdisciplinary programme Social Resilience and Security, which focuses on resilience against transgressive behaviours.