Ny EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow: David Parker

David Parker forsker i anti-radikaliserings kommunikationsstrategier i Danmark og Storbritannien.

08.11.2017 | Ingrid Marie Fossum

Dr. David Parker is an EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the department. His research focuses upon anti-radicalisation communication strategies in Denmark and the UK, assessing how communication can be improved and how those individuals vulnerable to radicalisation can be more effectively reached.

Prior to this he worked in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London, where his research focused on preventing, interdicting and mitigating lone-actor terrorism, as part of the EU-funded PRIME project. During his time at King’s College London, David lectured on several modules, including ‘Political Violence, Counterterrorism and Human Rights’ and ‘Russia in the 21st Century: Foreign Police, Identity and Security’.

His work is published in several leading journals, including European Security and Studies in Conflict & Terrorism. In addition to his research David is an experienced counter-terrorism practitioner, with eight years of experience supporting the strategic local implementation of the UK government’s Prevent Strategy (counter-radicalisation) in West London.   

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