Here is a sample of recent media articles by TSAS affiliates: Why compassion for incoming refugees is now so crucial OpenCanada.org by Nicole Tishler Understanding the 1989 Montreal Massacre as ‘lone wolf’ terrorism Ottawa Citizen by Jesse MacLean Three Kinds of People Return Home After Joining the Islamic State —Read more
The TSAS virtual library includes over 300 resources to assist scholars, policy-makers and the general public in understanding issues of terrorism, security, and society. If there is an article you feel should included, we welcome you send the details to the TSAS administrative office.
TSAS will launch its third Call for Proposals early in 2016. A total of $120,000 will be made available to fund small grants in the order of $15,000 each for research focussed on the areas of (a) radicalization and terrorism, (b) security responses, or (c) the societal context in whichRead more
TSAS will join forces with the Canadian Society of Evidence Based Policing, who have recently applied for a Partnership Development Grant from SSHRC. We look forward to working together on events and informing each other about relevant research from our respective projects. According to its vision statement: “The Canadian SocietyRead more
Dear Colleagues, And another year flies by… 2015 was a memorable year for TSAS. We have half a dozen large research projects in motion as well as 8 smaller ones, and our CIDB database is widely used. We distributed another round of studentships to highly capable Masters and PhD candidates.Read more