Category: In the Press

Huffington Post: Why Women Should Be At The Forefront Of Preventing Radicalisation And Extremism

An excellent report by Will Baldet writing for the Huffington Post: “It is impossible to overstate the importance of involving female voices when discussing radicalisation and terrorism. It is shameful that this should need to be restated, yet so many debates on these issues involve patriarchal, unelected community leaders while those women who do become…Read more »

Advice to those affected by the Manchester attack

The Survivors Assistance Network provides free, practical and emotional support to anyone who’s been affected by a terrorist incident.  One week on from the Manchester attack, the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace is reminding people of the support available and issuing guidance to professionals The network provides specialist support for all those in…Read more »

Relatives of Terror Victims Speak Out

Relatives of terror victims speak out in #WeStandTogether campaign film Family members of Jo Cox MP, David Haines, Lee Rigby and Tim Parry come together to film messages of unity in defiance against terror. The powerful and emotional film is part of the #WeStandTogether campaign by The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace In…Read more »

London Bridge and Borough Market attack – assistance and support

Following the London Bridge and Borough Market attack on Saturday 3rd June 2017, the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace is issuing the following guidance for those affected. London Bridge – Borough Market – Urgent advice and assistance Urgent assistance and information can be gained from @metpoliceuk Metropolitan Police Casualty Bureau 0800 096 1233 020…Read more »

We Stand Together with Manchester

Together with Manchester… “All of our thoughts are with the victims, the injured and their loved ones following the Manchester attack, a clear act of terrorism. This attack targeted children, young people and families enjoying a fun night out – it is hard to think of anything more depraved”. “As we have seen following past atrocities, in the…Read more »