Tackling the threat of terror together

By Mark Conrad | 11 September 2018

It’s easy to criticise Prevent without having seen the excellent safeguarding work undertaken at local level.

The Home Office’s controversial anti-radicalisation strategy – one of the four pillars of the £2bn annual counter-terrorism (CONTEST) programme – has been met with fierce criticism since it was introduced in 2003 and intermittently revised following the 2005 London bombings.

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Terrorism Cohesion