WELLINGTON: The Lone Wolf Terrorism Phenomenon and the Christchurch Attack - An Israeli Perspective
Tuesday, 19 November 2019, 5:40pm - 6:40pm
GBLT2, Government Building, Pipitea Campus, Stout Street, Wellington

SPEAKER: Professor Boaz Ganor

Professor Boaz Ganor is the Founder and Executive Director of the International Institute for Counter Terrorism (ICT) and Associate Professor at the Inter Disciplinary Centre at Herzliya (Israel), specializing in counter terrorism, where he has also been Dean of the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy. In 2019 he has been on sabbatical as Visiting Fellow at the Australian Strategic Institute.

Prof. Ganor serves as the Founding President of the International Academic Counter Terrorism Community (ICTAC), an international association of academic institutions, experts, and researchers in fields related to the study of terrorism and counter terrorism.

Prof. Ganor has published numerous articles on terrorism and counter terrorism. His book, "The Counter Terrorism Puzzle - A Guide for Decision Makers" (Transaction Publishers, 2005), is used as a text book in universities worldwide, and his upcoming book: “Global Alert: Modern terrorism rationality and the challenge to the democratic world” will be published by Columbia University Press