On 24 of July (Tuesday) at 11 a.m. in the History Meeting House (Dom Spotkań z Historią), Warsaw the report “Organised Crime and Terrorism in Poland – Threats and Convergence” will be presented. The report on Poland is part of the Europe-wide research project “Crime Terror Nexus”.
The nexus between crime and terrorism challenges conventional understandings of national security, which have traditionally drawn sharp distinctions between the two phenomena. The project “Crime Terror Nexus” is the first of its kind to systematically explore the new links between organized crime, petty crime, and terrorism in Europe. In doing so, it questions the barriers that currently separate counter-terrorism from countering crime.
The Warsaw meeting is organized by the Kazimierz Pułaski Foundation in cooperation with the Terrorism Research Center at Collegium Civitas.