"Cinema and history tells us that we do not have good relations with Pakistan but when I talked to students there, I felt a connection with them. They had so many of the same views as us.” Watch how @Gen_Global_ brings students from India and Pakistan together
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TBI’s @emman_elbadawy examines the importance of integration measures for effective counter-extremism and counter-terrorism. Finally, Jytte @BrandeisU’s Klausen explores how to disrupt links between crime and radicalisation. Visit → http://bit.ly/2RCIZPs
Tony Blair also visited the old Governor’s Palace in Lomé, which is currently being renovated into an arts centre. Once completed, the centre will provide better access to culture facilities, especially for young people in the city.
Tony Blair also visited the old Governor’s Palace in Lomé, which is currently being renovated into an arts centre. Once completed, the centre will provide better access to culture facilities, especially young people in the city.
Amid rising populism, are our communities the answer to rebuilding trust with political leaders? Watch Professor Raghuram Rajan, @jdportes, @annaturley & @ianmulheirn discuss this live from 9.30 via Twitter or our Facebook page https://facebook.com/instituteglobal/ …
5 years on from the Chibok girls kidnapping the Nigeria and the international community must renew their efforts to reunite these girls and every person in the grip of Boko Haram with their families. @bulamabukarti in @CNN https://cnn.it/2De13GS
Here’s a tweet for this: Uncovered audio thought to be from the Islamic State in West Africa group offers insights on the significance of its relationship with the Islamic State, suggesting it is not simply one of rhetoric, writes @bulamabukarti.
There is a way forward for Africa. Our report has a framework designed to help governments navigate the policy choices available to them in the age of automation and explores how external actors can support this → http://bit.ly/2XkLYeb
We have compared their messaging to that of the proscribed extremist group al Muhijiroun. In the last 20 years many known UK terror plots were linked to this network #TBIextremism
Although authorities acknowledge hatred from non-violent extremist groups, the grey area between counter-terror and hate crime laws make it difficult to properly tackle it
Generation Global hold international dialogues, focusing on the the UN Declaration of Human Rights where students can share perspectives, ask empathetic questions & reflect on the challenges facing their communities.
At the Institute, we're looking at how to bring govts up to speed with the pace of technological change. It's clear that their outdated systems are a poor fit for today's world. @clry2 & @andrewjb 's report has a blueprint for transforming government
Filipinos spend over 4 hours a day on social media. This is exploited by extremist groups wishing to use the internet to recruit and sow fear – and the Philippines is not alone. Extremism online is a challenge for nations worldwide, writes @arizzanocum: http://bit.ly/2Of4BgP
Extremist groups seek to imprison young people’s minds, but education can be harnessed to free them. Read our essay collection exploring how we can educate against extremism: http://bit.ly/2Of4BgP
This operating mode would have three objectives: 1.Scaling up testing 2.Roll out mass testing 3.Connect testing with tracing.
“Radical only works if allied to an understanding of the future; and if driven from the centre, where practical solutions take the place of slogans.” Read Tony Blair’s article http://bit.ly/2sha5AN
Our work in preventing violent extremism launched a new project in Kenya to build women’s capacity to tackle extremist narratives. Bringing together women & men allowed women to break out of their traditional roles & created male champions to secure wider support in communities. https://t.co...
The Govt’s #Budget2020 response to the Dube review is a 67% inc to the NLW. But minimum wage isn’t a panacea & often doesn’t reach the neediest in society. TBI’s @JamesBrowneRTC‘s analysis of incomes & inequality shows why Universal credit is also vital https://t.co/bBy5N4zZYz
The govt could reduce uncertainty by taking 3 steps: ✅Put metrics on the 5 tests for lifting the lockdown ✅Establish different levels of suppression that will be in force ✅Clarify what each suppression level means for people & businesses Read more⬇️ https://t.co/xb8EnWleah
A soft open would see the return of public transport, public gatherings & the hospitality sector, managed using contact tracing data. See our proposed plan for a soft open, which could be rolled out once new daily cases reach <100 per day. Read more⬇️ https://t.co/xb8EnWleah https://t.co/a...
Our paper argues that the pursuit of a so-called ‘perfect test’ is misguided for the purposes of informing an exit strategy. Modelling shows there is a gain from using a test that successfully isolates even 60%+ of those with #COVID19. Read more 👇
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