Category: Upcoming

Call for Papers: CARR’s 2nd Annual Conference May 13-15, 2020 – Studying “The Radical Right Globally”

Last year the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR) held its first annual conference from May 15-17 2019 at the Richmond Campus of the American University, London. We were treated to excellent keynotes by Professor Cynthia Miller-Idriss, Professor Cas Mudde, and Mr. Mark Potok. The conference opened with the UK’s Commission for Countering… Continue reading “Call for Papers: CARR’s 2nd Annual Conference May 13-15, 2020 – Studying “The Radical Right Globally””

Democratic Deficits and Social Ramifications: Research on the NSU Court Case from the Viewpoint of Joint Plaintiff-Lawyers

In summer 2018, one of Germany’s longest radical right trials will come to an end. As almost all of the defence lawyers now have given their pleas, the trial of the National Socialist Underground, or NSU, a radical-right terrorist group uncovered in November 2011, will reach its verdict. Starting in 2013, this court case has… Continue reading “Democratic Deficits and Social Ramifications: Research on the NSU Court Case from the Viewpoint of Joint Plaintiff-Lawyers”

Prevent – The UK Governments Countering Violent Extremism Programme

This Podcast interview with Sean Arbuthnot and William Baldet by DryCleanerCast on “Prevent”- the UK governments Countering Violent Extremism programme  – May 28, 2018. Speakers: Mr. Sean Arbuthnot is a Policy and Practitioner Fellow at CARR, and a Prevent Duty specialist. Mr. William Baldet is a Policy and Practitioner Fellow at CARR, and a practitioner… Continue reading “Prevent – The UK Governments Countering Violent Extremism Programme”

Neo-Nazi “Broadband terrorism” in the UK

CARR Director – Prof. Matthew Feldman presents: A decade after David Copeland: Neo-Nazi ‘broadband terrorism’ in the UK. April 18, 2018 • University of Leicester, UK The threat posed by terrorism today is changing rapidly – as have methods of study of this phenomenon, including analysis of radicalisation and the ‘terrorist cycle’. This presentation takes… Continue reading “Neo-Nazi “Broadband terrorism” in the UK”