• Safety versus security

    Teagan Westendorf     |      August 6, 2021

    Right-wing and Islamist extremists, along with organised criminals, are increasingly exploiting the relatively unpoliced nature of the internet to recruit new followers and conduct business.

  • Facing down the far-right

    Teagan Westendorf     |      March 5, 2021

    Covid-19 has left many young Australians isolated and vulnerable to the far-right’s hate messaging, which has surged globally and is showing its face domestically with more audacity and coherence than ever before.

  • The shape of far-right extremism in Australia

    Clive Williams     |      March 23, 2019

    Right-wing politicians like Pauline Hanson and Fraser Anning have tapped into popular concerns about immigration for political purposes, but in the process have probably generated recruits for extremist organisations.

  • Australian can help women oppose violent extremism

    Louise Allen     |      February 14, 2019

    Australian aid funding and other efforts overseas can help women curb the threat of violent Islamic extremism in hot spots around the world.

  • The rise of extremism

    Ted Cantle     |      November 21, 2017

    We are now in one of the most difficult and dangerous political periods for fifty years. The founding father of community cohesion Professor Ted Cantle CBE outlines the struggle facing mainstream political views.