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The concept of groups at risk of radicalising

Are some groups more prone than other to become violent?

In this interview, Dr. Gerrand dispels some of the misconceptions on whether certain social, ethnic or demographic groups might be more at risk than others of radicalising.

Vivian Gerrand is an Associate Investigator on two projects focused on building resilience and understanding the risk factors for and appeal of violent extremism to a minority of young people.

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Religion, Radicalisation, Resilience

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