The asylum-jihadism nexus: non-government actors and detection of jihadism among asylum seekers. A case study of the Dutch Refugee Council and the guardianship organization for unaccompanied minors (Nidos).

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Abstract

This article explores why, how and to what extent two non-government organizations working with asylum seekers in the Netherlands engage in the detection of jihadism. It concludes that the organizations acknowledge the importance of sharing possible signs of jihadism with relevant governmental actors, but struggle in striking a balance between serving the interests of their clients and pupils, on the one hand, and assisting in identifying possible national security threats, on the other hand. The authors recommend a systematic study on the extent to which non-government actors (are willing to) engage in identifying jihadism amongst asylum seekers.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherSSRN
Publication statusPublished - 20 Sep 2017

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