Is there a diminution of violence or is it the end of the Syrian conflict ? Seminar Violence and exiting violence with Paulo Sérgio Pinheiro and Anis Anani.
Historian François Hartog will talk about the paradoxe of apocalypse as a way of exiting violence.
The round table of the Violence and exiting violence Seminar will gather three radicalisation and jihadism specialists: Farhad Khosrokhavar (FMSH), Jérôme Ferret (MSH-Toulouse) and Dominique Thomas (EHESS). They will draw a state of play of the researchs on radicalisation, almost three years after the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris and shed light on some issues from their respective countries: France, Basque Country, United Kingdom and Middle East.
Lee Jarvis participate in the Violence and exiting violence Seminar.
Numerous states and international organisations maintain a list of proscribed – or banned – terrorist groups. Entry on such a list typically outlaws an organisation from a designated territory, often triggering a range of offences including around membership of, or support for, such a group. Despite widespread use, and quite significant consequences for citizenship and civil liberties, proscription remains curiously under-researched: not least vis-à-vis alternative counter-terrorism instruments.