Research Fellow at the Henry Jackson Society, Centre on Radicalisation and Terrorism, Former PREVENT Officer
Matt Dryden is an experienced practitioner in preventing and countering violent extremism, having worked at strategic and operational levels on UK government PREVENT and CHANNEL programmes, and at the pan-European level on radicalisation prevention. Matt holds a BSc in Criminology, PGCert in Investigating Vulnerability Crime, MSc in Counter-Terrorism, and is currently completing a PhD in Terrorism Studies.
Matt has published research and policy papers in leading peer-reviewed academic journals on issues pertaining to radicalisation and terrorism. Matt’s research focuses on radicalisation processes and the psychological and behavioural aspects of terrorist offending. He is a Research Fellow at the Henry Jackson Society.