GCI Insights

Category: counterterrorism

Before 9/11, Australia had no counter-terrorism laws, now we have 92 — but are we safer?

By Rebecca Ananian-Welsh* and Keiran Hardy This article first appeared on Australia is a long way… Read More

Australia doesn’t need more anti-terror laws that aren’t necessary – or even used

By Keiran Hardy This spotlight was first published on Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has introduced a new bill that will amend the… Read More

Social identity, threat perceptions, and support for counter-terrorism policies

By Harley Williamson This brief is based on the following paper: Williamson, H. (2019). Read More

A Matter of Crime, Episode 2: How do we reduce the risk of terrorism?

It’s one of society’s great conundrums, how best to counter violent extremism, that has become a part of modern life. In this episode, we speak… Read More