Securing Europe Through Counter-Terrorism: Impact, Legitimacy, and Effectiveness (SECILE)

Led by J. Peter Burgess
May 2013 - Oct 2014

SECILE (Securing Europe Through Counter-Terrorism: Impact, Legitimacy, and Effectiveness) is a part-EU funded project of assembled European human rights and legal research experts tasked with exploring the true impact of European counter-terrorism policy since 2001.

In the first European project of its kind, the project team will, over the next 18 months, look to assess and understand the extent to which various actors have been impacted by counter-terrorism legislation in Europe – from the citizen, to the legislator, to the security services, and the domestic courts.

Read more at www.secile.eu.

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