We intend to bring together academics, practitioners and civil servants from different disciplines to examine the effects of terrorism and how countries remain vigilant in fighting it.
Since the 9/11 attacks, many countries and their citizens have been significantly impacted by global terrorist movements and groups. Terrorism is no longer a rare occurrence, and international judiciaries and Governments have reacted by introducing strict laws to combat terrorism (Laquer, 2017; White, 1991; Silke, 2008).
This event will explore the impact of terrorist attacks and responses to preventing surveilling and protecting nations from terrorist movements/groups. The event will also examine distinct procedural and evidential issues in policing, the courtroom and policy for Governmental bodies, Parliament, the judiciary, victims and defendants around the globe.
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