Quilliam Presents – Deadly Dialogues at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017
A dystopian shopping channel touts the Caliphate, with all the cheeriness of a tangle-free garden hose. A young man battles his inner djinns. Two girls exchange destinies from Daesh to Dartford and Dartford to Daesh, while the Muslim Banksy sprays outrage across the night. We are all building our caliphates and pulling up our drawbridges: Brexit, Trump, Islamic State and that Mexican Wall…
Orwellian reality from an award-winning creative team and based on real-life experience and research by Quilliam, this is dark, wry, and lyrical writing about the layered processes of radicalisation and extremism today.
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READ: Quilliam Founder Maajid Nawaz’s new piece in the International and Politics Society – Islamism and Ignorance: How denial of Islamist ideology promotes terror.
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Executive Director Speaks to the Specialist Operations Regiment
HAMPSHIRE – Quilliam’s Executive Director UK, Adam Deen, spoke to over 150 military personnel about issues regarding radicalisation, extremism, and terrorism. He advised the Specialist Operations Regiment, a division of the Royal Military.
Quilliam look forward to training and advising the Royal Military again.
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Quilliam Staff Update
Quilliam is also delighted to welcome four new team members in the UK: Aleksandra Jagiełło, Elana Pike, Perry Sinclair and Sara Si. Aleksandra and Elana will be taking over Annabel and Georgia’s roles.
Quilliam is also looking for a new Operations Manager to expand the team:
WATCH NOW: Our Circle friend Cameron talking about how his coaching session has helped him challenge extremism.
WATCH NOW: Quilliam Senior Researcher Dr Salah Al-Ansari on BBC Arabic. The topic of discussing was foreign fighters and stripping them of their nationalities.