Session One: A New Approach to Counter-Radicalization
Pauline Neville-Jones discussed with James M. Lindsay common problems Western countries face with countering Islamic radicalization and the need to reinforce the idea that democratic freedoms and Islam are companions and not opponents.
Session Two: Intelligence and Counter-Radicalization
Charles Allen, William J. Bratton, and Peter Clarke compared and contrasted the linkages between intelligence and law enforcement in the U.S. and the U.K., and generally discussed with Dina Temple-Raston c how violent extremism has changed the business of intelligence
Session Three: Community Partnerships to Counter Violent Extremism
Jane Holl Lute provided a U.S. administration perspective on efforts to disrupt violent extremism and discussed with Bruce Hoffman best practices in counter radicalization in the United States and the United Kingdom.
Session Four: "Reaching Out” – Promoting Community Engagement
Ed Husain, Suhail Khan, Munira Mirza, and Abdal Ullah discuss with Craig Whitlock the importance of an organic and systemic relationship between the different sects of the Muslim community and governments in order to combat radicalization.