Research and analysis

Individual disengagement from Al Qa'ida-influenced terrorist groups

This report looks at why and how individuals stop being violent and what can we learn from other areas that has relevance.

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Occasional Paper 99 looks at why and how individuals stop being violent and what can we learn from other areas that has relevance for Prevent, including whether there are intervention practices we can learn from.  It also explores transferrable knowledge from the literature on street gangs, religious cults, right-wing groups and organised crime groups.