FOLLOW is a 5-year research project at the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science research (AISSR) of the University of Amsterdam. FOLLOW is supported by a Consolidator Grant of the European Research Council (ERC) and is led by Prof. Marieke de Goede. The project studies daily practices of public and private actors who are countering terrorism financing. We study the dilemmas and ethical and practical challenges of detecting/monitoring, reporting and prosecuting terrorist financing in an increasingly technology- and data-driven context.

FOLLOW analyses

FOLLOW analyses the ways in which private companies increasingly operate in the frontline of security practice. FOLLOW uses the notion of a Chain of Security in order to conceptualise the ways in which security judgements are made across public/private domains and how countering terrorism financing efforts take shape in practice. Redeploying Bruno Latour’s concept of ‘chain of translation’ we follow the path of suspicious transactions from banks to FIUs to the courtroom whereby a transaction is rendered from bank registration to suspicious transaction to court evidence. Read more.


@BrunoLatourAIME's recente opiniestuk @AOC_media
vertaald en gepubliceerd door @VrijLinks (met inleiding door mij):

Een praktische denkoefening om individueel en collectief te beschrijven: 'Hoe voorkomen we dat we na de crisis terugvallen op ons oude productiesysteem?'

"Hoe voorkomen we dat we na de crisis terugvallen op ons oude productiesysteem?' vraagt Filosoof Bruno Latour ons in een opiniestuk. Vertaald door @esme_bosma & @mariekehoogwout


New book review on the @SecDialogue blog! @MonseesLinda writes on 'Secrecy and methods in security reasearch', edited by @deGoede9 @PollyWilkins @esme_bosma

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