The increasing interest of Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) and private companies inhas driven to the development of new analytical tools and indicators capable of detecting and identifying suspect criminals. These techniques are often based on the .
Although these techniques are applied to any type of crime, they are extensively used to identify individuals who might become radicalised or engage in terror-related crimes, especially online. Yet are these methods trust-worthy? Is profiling necessarily helpful in cases of radicalisation or could it be dangerously misleading?
AGENFOR Reportage on Women and Children of Foreign Fighters in Syria
Families of foreign fighters captured in Syria and Iraq have been abandoned by their governments in prison camps managed by non-State actors. Agenfor International Foundation visited them there to document their experiences, monitor risks in the case that they return home, and understand their attitudes towards repentance and possibility for reintegration.