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This report, on the third STFC-funded conference ‘Community Tensions: Evidence-Based Approaches to Understanding the Interplay between Hate Crimes and Reciprocal Radicalisation’, held at RUSI on 26 April 2013, highlights the obstacles of societal integration and intolerance facing communities in the UK.
Keynote Address: Community Tensions and the Relationship with Reciprocal Radicalisation
I. A Scientific Approach to Countering the Terrorist Threat
Mandeep K Dhami
II. Social Science, Evidence-Based Data Metrics and Evaluation: A Methodological Partnership
Laura Zahra McDonald
III. High-Performance Computing and Data Storage at STFC: An Introduction
IV. Faster Processing and the Future of Computing
Case Study 1: What Can Internet Analysis Add to the Study of Extremism?
Case Study 2: Improving Community Engagement with the Police: The Tell MAMA Approach
Research Methology to Inform the Understanding of Community Tensions
Serious and Organised Crime
Manipulation of Mainstream Media Narratives
Youth Engagement for Community Cohesion
Research Themes Identified in the Presentations and Discussion Groups