Dr Keiran Hardy is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Griffith Criminology Institute and a Lecturer in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Griffith University. He is currently undertaking a two-year research project examining global approaches to countering violent extremism. He has published extensively on counter-terrorism law and policy and comments for Australian media and The Conversation. His research interests include counter-terrorism law, countering violent extremism, radicalisation, intelligence whistleblowing and cyber-terrorism.

Posts by Keiran:

A Secretive State: The Collaery Trial and National Security Disclosures

Opening up government data for public benefit

Lessons From Anti-Terror Lawmaking in Response to Foreign Fighters