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ARPC publishes UQ research on terrorism and violent protests

Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation has published research by the University of Queensland exploring whether definitions of terrorism have shifted due to the social and economic disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The research paper Terrorism and Violent Protests – where do these disruptive events meet? looks at the evolving nature of violent protests and other disruptive events.

The lead author of the research paper is Professor Paula Jarzabkowski, with Dr Corinne Unger and Dr Katie Meissner.

The research paper can be viewed here


This research paper is the first in a series of ARPC-funded research papers on terrorism-related topics, to support a strategic priority to promote thought leadership.

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Contact Dr Christopher Wallace, ARPC Chief Executive: (02) 8223-6777 or [email protected]