November 22, 2016

Countering Violent Extremism In Europe:
A Common Strategy?

Daniel Hyslop, Research Director of the Institute for Economics and Peace, will present key findings from the Global Terrorism Index 2016.
The Global Terrorism Index is the world’s leading metric for policymakers, assisting in their efforts to track, understand and measure the impact and underlying drivers of terrorism.

This year’s report explores the economic impact of terrorism on global and national economies, and provides a comprehensive overview of the current terrorist threat, exploring the impact of ISIS, Boko Haram and other non-state terrorist organisations.

Key note speech will be presented by:

Daniel Hyslop, Director of Research, Institute for Economics and Peace – Sydney

Followed by:

Abdelhak Bassou, Senior Fellow, OCP Policy Center – Rabat

Renzo Guolo, Professor of Sociology of Religion, University of Padua

Nicola Latorre, President of the Defence Committee, Italian Senate

Dario Matassa, Presidency of the Italian Council of Ministers

Moderated by:

Giancarlo Aragona, Scientific Advisor, ISPI

The conference is organised on the occasion of the publication of the 2016 Global Terrorism Index Report, edited by the Institute for Economics and Peace of Sydney, and in the wake of the publication of the ISPI report ‘Jihadist Hotbeds. Understanding local radicalisation processes’

 

For more information on registering to attend this event click here – Invitation Conference on Terrorism – Rome 22 nov 2016