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Luncheon Lecture: Populism and its effects on Radicalisation
Mon. 10 April 2017, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm AEST
Bluestar Intercultural Centre takes great pleasure in inviting you to our latest luncheon program.
Keynote Address: Jacinta Carroll, Head of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute's Counter Terrorism Policy Centre
Lecture Topic: Populism, Divisive Language and its effects on Radicalisation
Over the past few years, there have been global political movements towards Populism. This has brought with it divisive language which challenges established democractic understandings of tolerance and respect. Jacinta Carroll will be analysing the way in which this political and social development may influence Extremism and Radicalisation.
Due to catering purposes, please RSVP your attendance by Friday the 31st of March 2017
Jacinta Carroll is the inaugural Head of ASPI’s Counter Terrorism Policy Centre, a position she has held since August 2015. Jacinta joined ASPI from the Australian Government where she had held a variety of Senior Executive appointments, and worked in the Department of Defence and the Attorney-General’s Department. Her career experience includes working on national security, counter-terrorism, strategic policy, border security, military operations, campaign planning and scenario development, information management, and international policy with a particular focus on the Middle East and Afghanistan; she has served in Iraq.
Jacinta is a graduate of the Australian National University, has post-graduate qualifications in management from Flinders University, and holds Masters degrees from the University of Sydney and Deakin University. Her Masters theses examined United Nations Peacekeeping, and Asia-Pacific Regional Security. She is a graduate of the Australian Defence College’s Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies. She is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Australian Graduate School of Management, and serves on a number of boards including the United Service Institute – ACT. She has completed the Defence and Industry Study Course, the Australian Public Sector Management Course and the Middle East Diplomats course at the Truman Institute, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.