Join our virtual panel discussion on Tuesday 12 July, 4.00-5.30pm
It’s inescapable. Radical right politics and extremism is dominating headlines around the world. From the far right shifting France’s political centre of gravity to the US where Barack Obama is warning that Republicans will kill US democracy in a ‘series of steps’.
Elsewhere there are attempts by several governments (eg Australia, UK and Canada) to ban far-right terror organisations that don’t just pose a national but transnational threat, as well as concerns in Italy that a far-right party (the Brothers of Italy) will become kingmakers in any forthcoming government negotiations.
If you would like to explore the radical right and extremism in more detail, please join our virtual panel discussion, The Changing Face of Radical Right Terrorism: Young, Networked & Ideologically Motivated, being held on Tuesday 12 July, 4.00-5.30pm BST, to get a taster of our new MA in Terrorism, Security and Radical Right Extremism.
You will have the opportunity to learn from and question leading academic and non-academic experts in this field, with CARR Interim Director Dr William Allchorn chairing the discussion.
Interested? Please contact email@example.com to register for this free event.
Organised by Richmond’s State, Politics and Globalisation Research Group in association with The Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR).