Radicalisation Futures 2020

Dec 01

shiftN continued to work on Radicalisation futures with an expert group from the Global Futures Forum, a multinational, multidisciplinary intelligence community embracing intelligence, national security, and nongovernmental experts. The aim is to better understand drivers behind radicalisation processes in societies and to anticipate how they might evolve. The recent workshop offered an engaging mix of expert contributions, field testimonials and interactive scenario building work. In addition to the radicalisation-focused community, shiftN supports other topic-focused communities of interest in the GFF.

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