Debate Event: “Should We Promote Or Prevent The Prevent Strategy?” (14th March 2016, University of Westminster, UK)

Event Description

The University of Westminster Students’ Union is hosting an event to educate students about the Prevent Strategy and the likely impact it will have on students and indeed wider society.


6pm, C2.12, Large Lecture Theatre, University of Westminster (Cavendish Campus), 115 New Cavendish Street, W1W 6UW London, United Kingdom.

Provisional Panel:

Abdullah al Andalusi – Abdullah al Andalusi is an international speaker, thinker and intellectual activist for Islam and Muslim affairs. His work involves explaining and demonstrating, by rational argument, the intellectual proofs for the Islamic belief system, and promoting the Islamic way of life and Islamic solutions for contemporary problems.

Jahangir Mohammed – Chief Executive of Communica Ltda company which provides expertise, advice and training to organisations and lawyers, on counter terrorism and extremism laws/policies, as well as on management and media

Rupert Sutton – Rupert Sutton is the director of Student Rights, and joined the organisation in 2011. He is originally from Maidstone and holds a BA in War Studies from the University of Kent and an MA in Terrorism and Security from King’s College London.

Chair – Professor Jane Lewis, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean, Faculty of Science and Technology

[Note: Poster has mistake on it. Robert Verkaik will not be attending]

Provisional Format:

Each speaker should be given 7-10 minutes at the start to give their thoughts on the topic, followed by questions from the chair and then questions from the audience.


Categories: EVENTS, Past Events

1 reply


  1. Public Debate: Should the UK government’s ‘Counter-Extremism’ Program be Stopped? – The Muslim Debate Initiative

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