Radicalisation Awareness: An Opportunity to Criminalise Cultic Abuse

Presentation at the ICSA Conference, Bordeaux, July 2017 – Theme of Conference: Cultic Dynamics and Radicalization. Radicalisation Awareness: An Opportunity to Criminalise Cultic Abuse By Anne Khodabandeh (Bio can be found here – in alphabetical order) I am not a researcher or academic or legal expert. Instead I am an expert in activism, campaigning and … Continue reading Radicalisation Awareness: An Opportunity to Criminalise Cultic Abuse

July 8, 2017
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Following new stalking protections we need to tackle cultic abuse

Anyone who has suffered the fear and helplessness of being stalked will welcome Home Secretary Amber Rudd’s stalking prevention orders. Along with laws to protect against coercive control, grooming for sex and modern slavery, it is gratifying to see that the psychological element in exploitative and damaging relationships is at last being recognised. But there … Continue reading Following new stalking protections we need to tackle cultic abuse

December 12, 2016
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With Coercive Control, the Abuse Is Psychological

The methods used in Coercive Control can be used in Cultic Abuse to subjugate and control victims. Such recognised methods could become the basis of criminal legislation against Cultic Abuse [Open Minds]. The New York Times, By Abby Ellin, July 11, 2016 Lisa Fontes’s ex-boyfriend never punched her, or pulled her hair. But he hacked into her … Continue reading With Coercive Control, the Abuse Is Psychological

July 17, 2016
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