May 2017

Together Against Prevent

UN investigator calls for independent review of ‘divisive’ Prevent | Areeb Ullah, Middle East Eye

‘Trojan Horse’: Cases against teachers dropped | BBC News

Manchester attack: Abedi ‘not known’ to Prevent scheme | BBC News

The shameless pushers of Prevent who took advantage of the Manchester attack | Dilly Hussain, 5PillarsUK

Five teachers accused in Trojan horse affair free to return to classroom | Richard Adams, The Guardian

Sayeeda Warsi: UK policy on radicalisation ‘has been flawed for years’ | Sian Cain, The Guardian

Manchester bomber ‘was not referred to Prevent’ despite local concerns | Simon Hooper, Middle East Eye

If we asked young British Muslims what they think about extremism, we might actually be able to tackle the issue | Mubeen Hussain, The Independent

Reality Check: Why does the Prevent strategy divide opinion? BBC News

Theresa May plans anti-extremism drive if Tories win election | Alan Travis, The Guardian

Theresa May Is Under Pressure To Review An Anti-Extremism Strategy That Has Alienated Many Muslims |  Alex Spence, Buzzfeed

After Manchester: It’s time to rethink Prevent |  Tom Charles, Al Araby

After admitting it can’t define ‘extremism’, Conservative Party pledges to defeat it | Areeb Ullah, Middle East Eye

Don’t Go to the Doctor | Karma Nabulsi, London Review of Books

Leak: counter-terrorism strategy in Scotland focuses on sectarianism and far right | Billy Briggs, The Ferret

EU embraces UK counter-extremism policies despite human rights concerns | Simon Hooper, Middle East Eye

Lecturers ‘failing to report students over radicalisation’ | Dominic Kennedy, The Times