- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security
There are more and more reports of young British people travelling to join extremist organisations in Syria and Iraq. We are in the middle of a national debate about how to identify young people who have been radicalised and stop them leaving home.
But it would be much better to prevent radicalisation in the first place – and this is where parents come in. So writes Jonathan Russell of the counter-extremism think-tank Quilliam Foundation, in an article about what parents can do about online radicalisation.