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Kate Grealy

Kate Grealy is a PhD student at the ANU Coral Bell School studying political violence and its prevention in Indonesia. Kate has worked in development in Pakistan and Indonesia, and previously worked in counter-terrorism and crime prevention for the Australian federal government. She is contactable via @kategrealy.


Articles by Kate Grealy (2)

  • How effective are strategies to counter violent extremism?

    The Australian Government has just announced that more than $22 million will be spent on battling the radicalisation of young Muslims in Australia. But just how effective are these counter-terrorism programs? Critics of the Federal Government's Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) strategy have highlighted problems that have emerged after nine years of CVE community engagement and intervention.