Masters student at Department of Security Studies and Criminology, Macquarie University.
Jade’s work explores the conceptual and behavioural development of the Australian radical right movement and its impact on Australian Muslim communities. He was a research analyst at the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore. As a research analyst, he focused on issues of radical right fanaticism and Islamic violent extremism in Australia. His writings have been published in Counter Terrorist Trends and Analyses and Young Australians in International Affairs. He has spoken about the Australian radical right movement at the 2018 International Network for Hate Studies conference and will feature at the forthcoming VOX-Pol symposium at the University of Amsterdam. As a visiting lecturer, Jade has given lectures at Griffith University on International Right-Wing Terrorism with a focus on Australian right-wing extremism. He worked at the Strategic Community Assistance for Refugee Families and aligned personal and professional development for refugee resettlement families seeking refuge from terrorism.
Jade is currently writing on the ideological adaptably and potentiality of Australia radical right movement. The recent proliferation of radical right groups in Australia, has revealed several innovations in ideology, behaviour and organization. He is investigating the strategic nature of these innovations and their impact on levels of anti-‘Other’ sentiment. Other current work includes the elucidation of perceptual and cognitive-psychological fallacies within the radical right movement. He is exploring the supportive nature of a number fallacies on radical right anti-‘Other’ propaganda.