Is One Individual's Radicalism Another's Right to Free Speech?

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When should intervention take place to safeguard a child? Areas where harm may arise include children at risk of being radicalised; parents promoting terrorism; or planning or being groomed to travel to Syria (with or without their parents). But removal is not a ‘risk free’ option since it may appear to be victimisation; reinforce a perception of ‘them and us’; or radicalise those who were previously uninvolved. Emerging law and practice in this area will be examined.

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Jo Delahunty QC

Professor Jo Delahunty

Professor of Law

Professor Jo Delahunty QC is one of the UK’s leading barristers specialising in cases concerned with families and children. She was Gresham Professor of Law between 2016 and 2020.

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