Video: Why People Become Terrorists

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Professor Pedro Altungy 
Pedro Altungy is currently a research assistant and professor in the Personality, Assessment and Clinical Treatment Department of the Psychology College, in the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He has contributed to several international papers and in both national and international Congresses. His main field of expertise is in the psychological consequences of terrorism, having psychologically assessed and treated Spanish terrorism victims since 2015. 

Barbara Matias
Bárbara Matias is a TACTICS Associated Researcher. She served as NATO Programme Officer to the training mission in Iraq and Euro-Atlantic Disaster Relief Crisis Center's Team Lead on EU-NATO coordination. She was previously based in Kosovo, working on the dialogue with Serbia and the Western Balkan EU enlargement. She also worked for EUROJUST, the Portuguese diplomatic missions in Austria and Sweden, and human rights research at a Greek refugee camp. Bárbara was a Fulbright graduate scholar at Columbia University, where she completed an MA in Human Rights Studies.

 

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