Candid conversations about radicalisation
“Candid Conversations about Radicalisation” is an arts-based research project run jointly by The Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice (CCCJ) and Theatre in Prison and Probation (TiPP) at The University of Manchester, in collaboration with pupils and teachers at a secondary school in the North-West of England, artist Paul Gent, performers Aidan Jolly and Sai Murray from Virtual Migrants.
Walk into the world of the student and teacher in our audio-immersive tent and view the posters created by the participants displayed outside the tent. Hear their candid and sometimes conflicting opinions about the impact of the government’s Prevent counter terrorism policy….
Who’s a suspect? Who’s being watched? Who’s doing the watching? Who’s frightened? Who’s to blame?
Visit the exhibition to tune into these conversations and explore your pre-conceptions about radicalisation and the issues behind the politics.
This exhibition is part of the Economic and Social Research Council’s (ESRC) Festival of Social Science: http://www.esrcmanchesterfest.ac.uk/events/candid-conversations-radicalisation/
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Manchester Central Library
St Peters Square