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Mirror Mirror on the Wall Who’s the Most Moderate of them all? An Exploration of Muslim-state Relations in the Era of Prevent

Bartlett, Samuel LU (2017) MOSM03 20171
Centre for Middle Eastern Studies
Abstract
This work will examine how the British government engaged with Muslim-led organisations through its counter-extremism strategy Prevent in following the London bombings in 2005. Over a period of seven years two governments, Labour and the Coalition, implemented separate version of Prevent which led to distinct forms of state engagement with Muslim-led organisations. By looking at the broader history of British Muslim-state relations, my work will evaluate how these separate governments engaged with Muslim-led organisations in the period following the London bombings. Through a comparative case-study that focuses on the Muslim-led organisation Quilliam, I will demonstrate how this engagement was carried out in practice and how it was defined... (More)
This work will examine how the British government engaged with Muslim-led organisations through its counter-extremism strategy Prevent in following the London bombings in 2005. Over a period of seven years two governments, Labour and the Coalition, implemented separate version of Prevent which led to distinct forms of state engagement with Muslim-led organisations. By looking at the broader history of British Muslim-state relations, my work will evaluate how these separate governments engaged with Muslim-led organisations in the period following the London bombings. Through a comparative case-study that focuses on the Muslim-led organisation Quilliam, I will demonstrate how this engagement was carried out in practice and how it was defined by the political, social and historical context within which it was situated. (Less)
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author
Bartlett, Samuel LU
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MOSM03 20171
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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Muslim-state engagement, Prevent, Muslim-led organisations, Comparative case-Study, Quilliam Foundation, Islamism
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English
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8915450
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2018-01-24 16:22:03
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  abstract     = {This work will examine how the British government engaged with Muslim-led organisations through its counter-extremism strategy Prevent in following the London bombings in 2005. Over a period of seven years two governments, Labour and the Coalition, implemented separate version of Prevent which led to distinct forms of state engagement with Muslim-led organisations. By looking at the broader history of British Muslim-state relations, my work will evaluate how these separate governments engaged with Muslim-led organisations in the period following the London bombings. Through a comparative case-study that focuses on the Muslim-led organisation Quilliam, I will demonstrate how this engagement was carried out in practice and how it was defined by the political, social and historical context within which it was situated.},
  author       = {Bartlett, Samuel},
  keyword      = {Muslim-state engagement,Prevent,Muslim-led organisations,Comparative case-Study,Quilliam Foundation,Islamism},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Mirror Mirror on the Wall Who’s the Most Moderate of them all? An Exploration of Muslim-state Relations in the Era of Prevent},
  year         = {2017},
}