Ms. Kim Sadique
At De Montfort University, Leicester, Kim Sadique is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Over the last 10 years her teaching, research and writing contributions have focused on critical forms of participation and engagement around vulnerable individuals and communities (eg. radicalisation, extremism and hate crime). She has delivered trainings as part of the PREVENT Strategy (Prevention of Terrorism) and was the Chair of Inside Government’s conference on Preventing Radicalisation and Promoting Community Integration (2016). Kim has published on issues of religion, faith & culture and disablist hate crime. She is the Lead Editor of the book: Religion, Faith & Crime: Theories, Identities and Issues, Palgrave Macmillan (2016). Kim is on the steering group for the Stephen Lawrence Research Centre at De Montfort University due to be launched in early 2018.
Kim is a Board Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists Transcultural Special Interest Group providing guidance to the College members and the public on transcultural psychiatry related matters. Kim sits on the Leicestershire Police Hate Crime Scrutiny Panel, the National Advisory Board for Tell MAMA (a national hate crime reporting organisation) and is a Research Consultant for Faith Matters working on community cohesion and integration including countering extremism. She is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a member of the British Society of Criminology and the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion.
Kim is particularly interested in South East Asia and is an expert on Sri Lanka.
Contributions by Ms. Kim Sadique, Fellow at EFSAS, will be updated here soon.