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Radicalisation Threat Mitigation: Behavioural Observation

The objective of this webinar is to take lessons learned from our WINS workshop on Countering Homegrown Violent Extremism in the Nuclear Sector and identify measures for mitigating the threat posed by radicalised individuals through behavioural observation. A real-life case scenario will be presented and lessons learned will be applied to the nuclear industry.
Recorded Sep 14 2016 73 mins
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