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Jihadist Insurgency Conference

28 May 2015 - 29 May 2015

King's College, London

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Videos

  • Conference on Jihadist Insurgencies – Highlights


  • Conference on Jihadist Insurgencies – Interview with Prof. Peter Neumann


  • Conference on Jihadist Insurgencies – Interview with Prof. Edwin Bakker


  • Conference on Jihadist Insurgencies – Interview with Celeste Gventer


  • Conference on Jihadist Insurgencies – Interview with Prof. Christine Fair


  • Conference on Jihadist Insurgencies – Interview with Dr. Shanthie D’Souza


  • Conference on Jihadist Insurgencies – Interview with Dr. Paul Rich



Summary

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TRENDS Research & Advisory and the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation hosted a two day conference on Jihadist Insurgency. The influence and impact of jihadist insurgency movements is being felt around the world in both “failed states” and established states. This two day conference brought together experts from around the world to discuss and explore the phenomenon of insurgency movements that are utilizing the concept of jihad to guide and justify their actions and objectives. The conference was able to provide up to date insights and understandings of the wide range of Islamic-inspired Jihadist insurgent movements in the world, as well as investigated the methods employed by these organisations. In improving our understanding of jihadist insurgency we can better develop the responses available.

Where: Department of War Studies, King’s College, Strand, London.

When: 28 and 29 May, 2015

Keynote speakers for the event include:

  • Professor Peter Neumann, Director, ICSR and Professor of Security Studies at the Department of War Studies, King’s College London.
  • Professor Theo Farrell, Head of the Department of War Studies and Professor of War in the Modern World at King’s College London.

The event was open to the public.

Further material on the event is available on the drop down under the event location (top right). More material will be available soon.

 

The conference programme is available on the following link:

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