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introduction

image Welcome to the Grafton Center for Deradicalization and International Security (GCDIS)

Welcome to the Grafton Center for Deradicalization and International Security (GCDIS).  The research by Institute of Economics and Peace indicates that 93% of all terrorist attacks between 1998 and 2014 occurred in countries with high levels of radicalization, state sponsored terror, involving extrajudicial killing, torture, and imprisonment without trial. Similarly, over 90 per cent of all terrorist deaths occurred in countries already engaged in some form of conflict whether internal or international. This means only 0.5 per cent of terrorist attacks occurred in countries that did not suffer from conflict or political t...

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themes

The International Security and Defense Theme addresses the most pressing threats to U.K national interests and international security. The program supports young scholars with its fellowship...

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While rapid technological developments have provided vast areas of new opportunity and potential sources of efficiency for organisations of all sizes, these new technologies have also brough...

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As a result of the overwhelming preoccupation with uncovering the process of radicalization into terrorist activity, little attention has been paid to the related, yet distinct processes of...

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Europe is on a high state of alert after several terror attacks – and more are thought to be in the pipeline. So which strategy should governments adopt to address radicalisation and p...

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The Peace and War Theme comprises addresses the most recent research and analysis on current battlegrounds shared by NATO and international security forces. It provides a deep insight into t...

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The risk of nuclear terrorism remains very real. Measures to secure nuclear weapons and the materials needed to make them are the most effective tools for reducing this risk. Terrorist threa...

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Diplomacy and International Politics theme examines the future of diplomacy and conflict prevention, and also supports research and teaching on global political relations through initiatives...

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Spies might seem like a throwback to earlier days of world wars and cold wars, but they are more prolific than ever—and they are targeting our nation’s most valuable secrets. The...

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expert panel

GCDIC offers fellowships to security and defence personnel and students all over the world. As a fellow, you will focus on your individual project while benefiting from a dynamic, multidisciplinary community at Grafton Center. Please write to m.touseef@graftoncollege.com for more details on fellowships and application form.

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 Membership of the Center would be provided in the following three categories:

  • Professional Membership
  • Student Membership
  • Corporate Membership

Please write to m.touseef@graftoncollege.com for more information and membership application

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  • Global Deradicalization and Security Conference in February 2018;
  • Webinars
  • Monthly Lectures in Grafton College
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GCDIC offers fellowships to security and defence personnel and students all over the world. As a fellow, you will focus on your individual project while benefiting from a dynamic, multidisciplinary community at Grafton Center. Please write to m.touseef@graftoncollege.com for more details on fellowships and application form.

Membership of the Center would be provided in the following three categories:

  • Professional Membership
  • Student Membership
  • Corporate Membership

Please write to m.touseef@graftoncollege.com for more information and membership applications.

  • Global Deradicalization and Security Conference in February 2018;
  • Webinars
  • Monthly Lectures in Grafton College.

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