Counter-terrorism

Research with Child Soldiers International

CRIN has partnered with Child Soldiers International (CSI) on a joint research project on children affected by counter-terrorism legislation, particularly focusing on deprivation of liberty in this context. The results of this project were fed into the Global Study on Child Deprived of Liberty.

Read more about our work on counter-terrorism.


Tackling the ‘radicalisation’ agenda

CRIN is actively working with privacy rights organisations, including Privacy International and other UK-based groups, to explore how to tackle the impact of the ‘radicalisation’ debate on children’s rights in the UK and globally, starting with a critique of the term radicalisation itself and a discussion of what it means for children in different parts of the World.

Read more about the ‘radicalisation’ agenda.


Drones

CRIN partnered with Reprieve in a special CRINmail edition focusing on the use of Drones in counter-terrorism operations, and the threat to children. Reprieve is a human rights organisation that promotes the rule of law around the world, and strives to secure each person’s right to a fair trial. The CRINmail gives us an insight into how the US drone programme affects children's lives and how their use against children amount to grave violations of their rights.

Read more about Drones.