WITH SPECIAL THANKS TO,

First, we would like to thank the CSTPV department for organising the Global Challenge Competition and giving us a chance to conduct the long-term research about this topic which we are extremely passionate about. We would also like to thank the panel of judges, for their precious time and attention. We are honored to share with you our findings. Also, special thanks go to Gillian Brunton who organised the global challenge event and throughout the whole time always helped us with anything we needed. We would also like to thank all the CSTPV scholars who gave their time to give us interviews and shared their expertise on the issue. Dr. Bernhard Blumenau, Dr. Mark Curie, Dr. Javier Argomaniz and Dr. Tim Wilson from the CSTPV, all gave us their time and attention to answer to our questions. We would like to thank Dr. Elise Feron who accepted our interview regarding Ireland, economic deprivation and social despair. We would also like to thank Genevieve Garrigos, President of Amnesty International France and member of the French National Consultative Commission on Human Rights for accepting an interview on the impacts of the state of emergency. We also would like to thank Hugues De Suremain, lawyer and legal advisor of the French National Consultative Commission on Human Rights for accepting an interview on the legal dimension of the French state of emergency. We also would like to thank Lila Charef, chief legal officer of the French Committee Against Islamophobia for accepting an interview on the French Muslim Suspect Community. We would like also to thank barrister Laurie Power who accepted an interview on the legal and human dimensions of UK’s PREVENT program. We also would like to thank Justin Marosa, actor, who helped us in producing our short movie. Our thanks are also toward Martine Landry, member of Amnesty International who supported us in our ground research in South of France. She’s specialized in the human rights violations occurring during the state of emergency in the French-Italian border. And finally, we would like to say a huge and warm thank you to our wonderful supervisor, Kieran, who always believed in us. His support, advice and sense of humor helped a lot us throughout the whole six months. Furthermore, his critical thinking and open-minded approach guided us and enabled to unleash our true potential. Nothing would be possible without him, so, once again, thank you!

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