Terrorism is constantly evolving. Over the last years, local radicalization phenomena and the flow of fighters moving between Europe and the Middle East have had a major impact on the European security. Such a situation seems to prove the need for a broader strategy to counter radicalization, which takes into account the extent and the diversity of the causes behind the spread of the jihadist threat.
The conference was organized on the occasion of the publication of the 2016 Global Terrorism Index Report, edited by the Institute for Economics and Peace of Sydney, and in the wake of the publication of the ISPI Report “Jihadist hotbeds. Understanding local radicalisation processes”.
The conference was held in Rome on November 22 at 5.00 pm at Sala Capitolare presso il Chiostro del Convento di Santa Maria sopra Minerva (Piazza della Minerva, 38).