Canadian network for research on terrorism, security and society

Canadian network for research on terrorism, security and society

our three primary objectives

Collaboration

To foster communication and collaboration between academic researchers in multiple disciplines

Interaction

To facilitate the interaction and collaboration of researchers and policy officials

Scholarship

To help cultivate a new and larger generation of scholars interested in these fields of study

most recent Working Papers

Duped: Why Gender Stereotypes are Leading to Inadequate Deradicalization and Disengagement Strategies

In narratives around insurgencies, terrorism, and other forms of armed political violence, the media -and policymakers- frequently portray women as victims or unintelligent pawns of ...

Belonging: Feelings of attachment and acceptance among immigrants in Canada

In line with previous research, we argue that belonging is a core dimension of immigrant integration, and that belonging is better conceptualized and measured by ...

Trajectories of Radicalized Females in Montreal

In February 2016, it was reported that 10-12 young females– from varied religious and secular families – who lived in Canada and had been educated ...

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