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Cranfield Defence Academy Understanding Islamist Radicalisation Violence Brochure 2010

Cranfield Defence Academy Understanding Islamist Radicalisation Violence Brochure 2010

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Brochure for the Cranfield and Defence Academy UK joint symposium on Understanding Islamist Radicalisation and Violence in the 21st Century. A Decade after 9/11: Lessons Learned and New Challenges for the Coming Decade. October 2010
Brochure for the Cranfield and Defence Academy UK joint symposium on Understanding Islamist Radicalisation and Violence in the 21st Century. A Decade after 9/11: Lessons Learned and New Challenges for the Coming Decade. October 2010

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19 – 21 October 2010
at the Defence Academyof the United Kingdom
College of Management and Technology
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Understanding Islamist Radicalisationand Violence
A Decade after 9/11:
Lessons Learned and New Challenges for the Coming Decade
 
Contact
Michael J T Hewetson OBEDirector Symposia at ShrivenhamDefence Academy of the United KingdomShrivenham, Swindon SN6 8LA, United KingdomMrs Caroline DawsonSymposia at Shrivenham Tel: +44 (0) 1793 785268Fax: +44 (0) 1793 785325email: caroline@symposiaatshrivenham.comwww.symposiaatshrivenham.com
 Theme
for 2010
Understanding Islamist Radicalisation and Violence
19 – 21 October 2010
What is this event about?
Continuing the very successful series of annual symposia on‘Understanding Islam’, we will concentrate this year on the much broaderconcept of Islamist Radicalisation leading to violence. The event will takeplace at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom at Shrivenhamfrom
Tuesday 19 October
to
Thursday 21 October 2010
.It is nearly a decade after the atrocities of 11 September 2001. During thissymposium, we want to examine any lessons learned and identify thenew challenges for the next decade. In particular we will discuss:Threats and vulnerabilities which radical Islamism has raised in thelast decade;Which processes (legal, political, military) have worked and whichhave not;Successes, failures and lessons learned;New emergent threats in the decade ahead (what, where, who theopposition leaders are, and when such threats may be expected) andhow they correspond with any vulnerabilities that can be identied;The legal situation domestically and internationally;How our partners and allies have changed over the last decade;Any clearly identiable risks. This event is open to all those who have a professional or personal desireto understand the nature of Radicalisation and the violence it can bring.It will be of particular interest to law enforcement agencies.
 Timing and Registration
 The symposium will be held at the Defence Academy at Shrivenhamin the Lefroy Lecture Theatre, with Registration, refreshments, lunchesand an Evening Reception on 19 October in the Slim Building. There willalso be a Formal Dinner on 20 October. The event starts at 10.00 on Tuesday 19 October (with registration from 09.00) and nishes withlunch on Thursday 21 October. If you wish to attend the symposium,please complete and return the
Registration Form
before
1 October 2010
. Please book early to ensure a place.
Travel options and entry passes will be sent to delegates in the administrativenotes mailed out nearer the event.
 
Tuesday 19 October
1000 1015 Welcome and Introduction to the Theme
Carl Mantell,
 
Director, Defence Academy – College of Management and Technology 
Global Overview and ContextChair - Professor Nick Pratt
 
George C. Marshall Center 
 
1015 1255 Keynote
Brian Jenkins,
RAND Corporation 
 Understanding the Overarching Framework: Islamism within the Tradition of Islam
Professor Patrick Sookhdeo,
Visiting Professor, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom 
 
Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism : Last Ten Years
Dr Sebastian Gorka,
 
College of International Security Affairs, National Defense University 
 
Counter-terrorism Strategies (What has the War on Terror achieved?)Chair - Prof Nick Pratt
 
George C. Marshall Center 
 
1400 1750 Perspectives on Islamist Radicalization and the Transmission Belt to Jihadist Terrorism
Dr John Le Beau, Prof Nick Pratt and Prof James Wither,
 
George C Marshall Center 
 The View from Inside: How the Islamist Sees the World
 
Dr Tawfik Hamid,
Senior Fellow, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, Washington 
The Battle Within Islam
Dr Taj Hargey,
 
Chairman, Muslim Educational Centre of Oxford 
Islamism in the United Kingdom and Links to Terrorism
Professor Patrick Sookhdeo,
Visiting Professor, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom 
 
1750 1900 Reception
Wednesday 20 October
The European ExperienceChair - Professor Patrick Sookhdeo,
Visiting Professor,
 
Defence Academy of the United Kingdom 
 
0900 1300 The Muslim Community in Britain: Challenges and Vulnerabilities in Relation to Islamic Extremism
Judge Marilyn Mornington,
Ministry of Justice, Family Justice Council 
Attempting to Counter Islamist Radicalization in Europe: Government Measures, Successes andChallenges.
 
Stephen Ulph
,
The Jamestown Foundation Washington DC and Combating Terrorism Centre, US 
Reforming Islam from Within
Dr Tawfik Hamid,
Senior Fellow, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, Washington 
Understanding and interpreting the Text in relation to Islamist radicalisation and violence
Sheikh Dr Muhammed Al Hussaini,
 
Fellow in Islamic Studies at Leo Baeck College, Lecturer in Abrahamic religions at 
Al-Azhar College and
Founder of Scriptural Reasoning 
Future ThreatsChair - Professor Patrick Sookhdeo,
Visiting Professor,
 
Defence Academy of the United Kingdom 
 
1400 1710 The Ever-Evolving Al-Qaeda Threat
 
Mitchell Silber,
New York City Police Department 
Exporting and Financing Radicalism: the Case of Saudi Arabia
Shima Keene,
Director, Security Economics Programme, ISG 
 
The Development of Radical Islamism in the Balkans; Realities and Trends.
 
Dr. John Schindler,
U.S. Naval War College 
Radicalization, Terrorism and the Legal Dimension
Lord Carlile of Berriew QC
 
1930 2315 Pre-dinner drinks and Formal Dinner
Thursday 21 October
Future SolutionsChair - Dr Sebastian Gorka,
College of International Security Affairs, National Defense University 
 
0900 1300 The Egyptian Ideological Strand of Terrorism and The South Asia Nexus
 Dr Sajjan Gohel,
 
Director of International Security, Asia-Pacific Foundation 
 Adversarial Exploitation of the Digital World
Tim Newberry
 
and Jon Iadonisi,
White Canvas Group 
Countering the Message: Developing Appropriate Strategic Communications
Lee Rowland
,
Strategic Communication Laboratories 
 Practical Solutions to Tackle Extremism
Douglas Murray,
The Centre for Social Cohesion 
Developing a Global Partnership
Dr John Le Beau,
 
George C. Marshall Center 

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