​​​​​"Supporting and empowering families to combat radicalisation"

Britain's most dangerous extremists will be locked up in isolated high-security prisons within prisons to prevent them from radicalising other inmates, the Government has announced.

The overhaul of the British prison system comes just days after it was revealed that hate preacher Anjem Choudary has been convicted of swearing allegiance to Islamic State...................Read more

Rasheed Benyahia was in a hurry. Like so many young adults going places in Britain today, he needed to get a move on.

If Monday 1 June 2015 had been a normal working day, he would have been out of the door before the rest of his family, running for the bus. That was his life as a 19-year-old engineering apprentice........... Read more

From Mothers for Life- Open Letter 

We are all sisters and do not know any borders or nationalities. We currently come from seven different countries and have yet experienced the same story. We speak the same language of motherhood, and we are waiting for your return, but waiting in vain. We, your mothers brought you in this world, loved and cherished you.‘.........Read More

Christianne Boudreau learned her son was dead when a reporter showed up at her front door with a link to a tweet announcing that he had been killed in Syria, fighting for the Islamic State.

It had been more than a year since Damian Clairmont, 22, surreptitiously left his home in Canada and made his way to a jihadi training camp in Turkey........Read More

STUTTGART, Germany — When 19-year-old Akhror Saidakhmetov started hanging out with two older men and talking about waging jihad in Syria, his mother took away his passport. Later, as the Washington Post reports, when he begged to get it back — admitting that he wanted to join the so-called Islamic State — she hung up the phone..............Read more

Britain's most dangerous extremists to be locked up in 'prisons within prisons' to prevent radicalisation

“Islam did not kill my son, Daesh did”

An honest conversation about Islam, Terrorism and Extremism

The SBE lecture hall is full Wednesday night, the security is tight, and the mood is sombre. The organisers of the Ambassador Lecture Series are about to welcome three speakers for a discussion that is “perhaps even more important to have now- now that the issue is out of the headlines again,” in the words of one of the organisers, Luca Bucken. ‘An honest conversation about Islam, terrorism, and extremism’..........Read ​more 

Trust Women Conference 2016:

'Is de-radicalisation possible?'

The Most Overlooked Resource in Fighting Violent Extremism? Moms.