The Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan, has alluded for CAGE to be banned in schools and campuses across the country. Morgan claimed that CAGE’s views amount to “incitement to hatred” and purport a “warped ideology”. CAGE challenges these claims and considers them to be hysterical.
- Moazzam Begg vs David Rivkin on #shakeraamer – BBC Newsnight
- The Fate of Foreign Fighters Returning from Syria and Iraq (The Frontline Club)
- MEE Debate: Who Created Jihadi John?
- Are censorship and self-censorship taking place in the UK right now? Index on Censorship
- BBC debate: Extreme Islamist violence – Why would young Brits want to get involved?
- How free is speech? – Don’t hate debate
- The Global War on Terror: From WMD to CTSA, London School of Economics
- We do not consent: Defend the Right to Protest conference 2014, SOAS.
- Syrian conflict in regional crises
- How violent is Britain? University of Liverpool
- Reclaiming power and confronting oppression, Reclaim the Power
- SACC: Islamophobia conference 2015, Quaker Meeting House
(NOTE: CAGE represents cases of individuals based on the remit of our work. Supporting a case does not mean we agree with the views or actions of the individual. Content published on CAGE may not reflect the official position of our organisation.)