Conference: “Polarising rhetoric as a vector of radicalisation”, May 12 (Egmont, Belgium)

The fight against extremism (in all its forms) is a long-term task, which requires close and effective collaboration between different (public) services, civil society and the academic world. This symposium is the culmination of the dissertation competition organized by OCAM with the aim of stimulating innovative research on extremism and security issues. The winner of this competition will therefore be the first to speak during the morning plenary session. The symposium begins with a panel on the importance of good public strategic communication on extremism and terrorism. The afternoon will be divided into different workshops with speakers from various universities, the Egmont Institute, BISC and OCAM. The day will end with a drink.

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