‘Humanity at Risk’ – A global view on terrorism

Global Terror Threat
Copyright: Strategic Foresight Group

Terrorism has evolved and grown over the last decades whereas our understanding of this threat is still limited. This is why Mumbai based think tank Strategic Foresight Group (SFG) and Oxford’s Center for the Resolution of Intractable Conflict (CRIC) have made terrorism a priority of their research and advocacy activities. Together, they have built a database on the most relevant terror groups worldwide and formulated potential scenarios for the future.

The results of their work are summarized in their publication ‘Humanity at Risk – Global Terror Threat Indicant’ which will be launched at this occasion by the authors.

Political, religious and executive leaders from different regions, familiar and experienced with the fight against terrorism, will add their views to the key findings of ‘Humanity at Risk’ in a subsequent debate. How can terrorism effectively be deconstructed?

We are looking forward to welcoming you to our lunchtime discussion on global terrorism.


A joint event of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom and the European Policy Center (EPC)


Wednesday, 24 October 2018 |

Registration & Light Lunch: 12:00h

Event: 12.30- 14.00h


Venue: Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom,

Av. de Cortenbergh 71, 1000 Brussels

Kindly register for this event by 23 October 2018 at https://tinyurl.com/HumanityAtRisk *



Presenting ‘Humanity at Risk’:

Sundeep Waslekar

President of Strategic Foresight Group

John Alderdice

Director of the Center for the Resolution of Intractable Conflict



Suraya Dalil

Permanent Representative of Afghanistan to the United Nations

Mustafa Ceric

President of the World Bosniac Congress

Catherine De Bolle

Executive Director of Europol

Ben Pugsley

Adviser to the EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator



Amanda Paul

Senior Policy Analyst, European Policy Center




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