Contributor

Rachel Bryson

Researcher, Centre on Religion & Geopolitics

Rachel Bryson conducts research into global incidents of violent and non-violent extremism. She edits the Global Extremism Monitor and maintains the Data Section of the CRG website. Rachel graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a Masters in Arabic and French, before working as a researcher for a leading counter-extremism think tank. She has written for The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Independent, and International Business Times. She has also appeared on international news outlets such as RTL, NBC, and Spiegel. 

Contributions

Opinion

France Must Move Beyond Security to Tackle Extremism

France must do more to tackle the ideology fuelling extremist violence, not just its symptoms.

Rachel Bryson

18 Nov 2016

Opinion

Why Children Are Crucial for ISIS

ISIS recruits children of a young age, indoctrinating them to its violent practices, and exposing them to venomous ideology.

Rachel Bryson

24 Aug 2016

Opinion

The Tragic Role of Women in the ISIS 'Caliphate'

Kadiza Sultana, who left London to join ISIS aged 16, is believed to have died in Syria. She did not get the chance to return to her family, but perhaps her story will save more girls like her.

Rachel Bryson

12 Aug 2016

Backgrounder

Where Does ISIS Stand in Somalia?

The Salafi-jihadi group has long had its eye on the East African nation.

Rachel Bryson

08 Jul 2016

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