Translating PVE/CVE Research into Evidence-Based Policy A Research-Policy-Practice Trilogue

Thu 2 Aug 2018 10:00am5:00pm


Global Change Institute
The University of Queensland, St Lucia, Brisbane
Group Learning Space

Global Change InstituteThe University of Queensland will host a Trajectories of Radicalisation and De-radicalisation - A Small Group Meeting, 4-5 August 2018. The event is a closed forum event organised by Winnifred Louis, Fathali Moghaddam, Craig McGarty, Catherine Amiot, and Emma Thomas and with Adrian Cherney from the School of Social Science at UQ

There are a series of pre-meeting events, which provide opportunities for researchers, policy-makers and practitioners, with related interests in PVE/CVE to engage in a constructive trilogue around the issues of radicalisation and de-radicalisation.


10.00am - 10.30am

Opening Remarks -  Professor Winnifred Louis
Aims and Objectives of the Dialogue – Chair Prof Karen Hussey
Presenters: Prof Simon Bronitt (UQ)
‘Beyond Dialogues of the Deaf’ – A Short (Personal) Reflection on the Challenge

10.30am - 11.15am 

Session One: Life beyond the Academic Walls
Presenters: Dr Lauren Vogel (Independent Researcher) and Behnaz Zarrabi (University of Queensland) 
Topic: Welcome to the Dark Side: Beyond the University Walls

11.15am - 12.30pm 

Session Two: PVE/CVE Research and Policy Reform
Presenters: Professor Mark Nolan (Australian National University), Professor Adrian Cherney (University of Queensland) discussion
Professor Mark Nolan
Topic: Post-sentence Detention of Terrorist Offenders and Others at Risk of Committing Terrorism Offences upon Release
Professor Adrian Cherney
Topic: What Works to Prevent Radicalisation and Violent Extremism?

12.30pm - 1.30pm Lunch

1.30pm - 2.45pm 

Session Three: PVE/CVE Research and International Development 
Presenters: Adjunct Professor Clive Harfield and Dr Greta Nabbs-Keller
Professor Clive Harfield
Topic: Performing in a Three-Ring Circus: Matching and Managing Expectations in Foreign Aid Capacity-Building
Dr Greta Nabbs-Keller
Topic: The Challenges of Integrating Research Into International Development Activities: UN Women Gender and PVE Case Study

2.45pm - 3.45pm 

Session Four: PVE/CVE Research and the Media
Presenters: Dr Kate O’Donnell (University of Queensland) and Professor Jacqui Ewart (Griffith University) 
Topic: Reporting Islam:  CVE and Research Partnerships


Summing Up and Discussion


Drinks and Canapes at St Lucy’s


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