Speaker: Anina Schwarzenbach, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, International Security Program
In the face of the increased number of individuals adhering to extremist ideologies in modern democratic states, governments have augmented the amount of public money spent on counter violent extremism strategies and programs. Despite this fact, systematic analyses of currently implemented strategies and programs are surprisingly sparse.
This seminar will discuss — by focusing on Germany, France, and the United States — which governmental approaches are most appropriate to counter violent extremism and what ought to be expected from the strategies and programs in terms of legitimacy and effectiveness.
Please join us! Coffee and tea provided. Everyone is welcome, but admittance will be on a first come–first served basis.