Ms Lydia Khalil

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Senior Research Fellow - AVERT Network Convenor

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

Alfred Deakin Institute

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Publications

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2023

Anti-Government Extremism in Australia: Understanding the Australian Anti-Lockdown Freedom Movement as a Complex Anti-Government Social Movement

Lydia Khalil, Lydia Khalil, Josh Roose, Josh Roose

(2023), Vol. 27, pp. 144-169, Perspectives on Terrorism, Lowell, Mass, C1

journal article

Funded Projects at Deakin

Other Public Sector Funding

Countering violent extremism research, capacity-building and symposia for government and academic stakeholders.

Prof Michele Grossman AM, Dr Vivian Gerrand, Ms Lydia Khalil

Department of Home Affairs

  • 2023: $200,000
  • 2022: $249,642
  • 2021: $53,300
  • 2020: $24,000

CRISIS POINTS: Addressing violent extremism during times of disaster and crisis

Dr Josh Roose, Ms Lydia Khalil, Mr Mark Duckworth

Department of Home Affairs CVESC Funding

  • 2023: $103,760
  • 2022: $33,586

Other Funding Sources

Countering violent extremism research, capacity-building and symposia for government and academic stakeholders.

Prof Michele Grossman AM, Dr Vivian Gerrand, Ms Lydia Khalil

Department of Home Affairs (non-HERDC income)

  • 2023: $70,000

Supervisions

No completed student supervisions to report