Amalina Binte Abdul Nasir is a Research Analyst at the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism, a specialist unit in S.Rajaratnam School of Internaitonal Studies, Singapore. As a member of the Southeast Asia desk, Amalina spearheads research on terrorist threats, trends of radicalisation and PCVE policies in Singapore and Malaysia. Thematically, she monitors the evolving role of women in Southeast Asia terrorism. Her other positions include, Member of the Online Radicalization and Research for Community of Practitioners by the Prime Minister’s Office of Singapore, and Member of the Asatizah Youth Network by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore. Amalina’s research interests also include jihadism, radicalisation of youth and families, and online radicalization in Southeast Asia. Amalina obtained a BSocSs in Sociology from Singapore Management University and an MSc in Strategic Studies in Nanyang Technological University of Singapore.
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