Gary Bouma, who is quoted extensively in the booklet, has distanced himself, saying the Attorney General’s Department published it ‘out of the blue’

One of the experts quoted in the government’s anti-radicalisation awareness kit has distanced himself from the report, arguing it was never meant to be used in schools and that people need to be “trained in how to use it and how not to abuse it”.

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Source: Guardian Environment