Mental health and terrorism: more people flagged to authorities have 'mixed, unstable, unclear' views than Islamist ideologies

Shutterstock It is often difficult to make sense of violence, particularly in the wake of a terrorist attack. So it’s perhaps understandable that we reach for labels such as “far-right extremist” or “Islamist” when a person commits an incomprehensible crime. But an important trend is being missed in discussions aboutContinue Reading

About the role We are looking for a talented Lecturer in Criminology to join our team, to support undergraduate teaching across programmes within the Sociology and Criminology Subject. The post holder will design and deliver teaching content across modules at Levels 4 to 6, as well as contributing to curriculumContinue Reading

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As coronavirus infections surge across Europe, and with the threat of the omicron variant looming, countries are imposing increasingly stringent pandemic controls. In Austria, citizens will be subject to a vaccine mandate in February. In Greece, meanwhile, a vaccine mandate will apply to those 60 and over, starting in mid-January.Continue Reading