EVENT: Conference on Radicalisation and De-radicalisation: Post-ISIS
|Conference on Radicalisation and De-radicalisation: Post-ISIS
Three years ago, ISIS claimed a cross-border caliphate stretching over vast swathes of north-western Iraq and eastern Syria. Fascinated by its rise, Muslim youths from all corners rapidly joined its cause. After three years of shocking violence, ISIS has faced major setbacks and has been in retreat in those areas it formerly controlled. Many of its fighters have been returning. This conference brings together experts to shed light on the lessons on radicalisation and de-radicalisation in the context of the rise and apparent decline of ISIS and to offer insights into future trends. What would radicalisation and de-radicalisation look like in the future? What are the responses required? These are the questions at the heart of this one-day conference being organised by The Centre for Muslim States and Societies, The University of Western Australia. The conference will be useful for policy makers, law enforcement groups, academia, students and all those interested in countering radicalisation.
DATE: Friday, 4 May 2018
TIME: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
PLACE: Seminar Room 1, The Uni Club
of Western Australia, M800, 35 Stirling
TICKETS: Students: $50 | Others: $100
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(Costs include morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea)
Professor Amin Saikal, Australian National University
| The defeat of the ‘Islamic State’ and its impact on US foreign policy in the Middle East
Profess James Piscatori, Australian National University
| The Umma post-ISIS
Professor Samina Yasmeen, The University of Western Australia
| JUD, ISIS and Pakistan: future trajectories of radicalisation
Dr Richard Vokes, Associate Professor, University of Western Australia
| The shifting contexts of jihadism in Sub-Saharan Africa: a comparison of al-Shabaab and the Allied Democratic Forces
Dr Ian Chalmers, Adjunct Senior Lecturer, The University of Western Australia
| How have the jihadists coped with Indonesia's de-radicalisation campaign?
Dr Leila Ben Mcharek, Research Fellow, CMSS, The University of Western Australia
| Libya: a case of survival of Daesh
Dr Shehzad Saleem, Research Fellow and Vice President, Al-Mawrid Institute
| Understanding ISIS’s ideology and its continued influence
Nava Ghalili, Journalist
| Youth empowerment as a means to prevent youth radicalization?
Ridwan, PhD Candidate, The University of Western Australia
| Transnational Islam and Threat of Radicalisation in Indonesia
Farooq Yousaf, PhD Candidate, University of Newcastle, New South Wales
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