Aimée is a graduate student at Leiden University, where she studies crisis and security management. Her focus area is the governance of radicalism, extremism, and terrorism. After writing her thesis on understanding radicalization, she became more intrigued by the grievances and social exclusion associated with radicalization. By joining Drive, she aims to gain a greater understanding of these factors and how they interact.
Lori is a graduate student at Leiden University specialising in the governance of extremism, terrorism, and radicalization, building upon her former study of development and international relations at the University of Sussex. Lori has previously written for the Brilliant Minds Collective think tank and worked for a non-profit in the UK. She hopes to increase her insights into qualitative research methods regarding social dilemmas and their effects on society.
Floor is a graduate student at Leiden University studying Crisis and Security Management with a focus on radicalisation, extremism, and terrorism. She integrates theoretical knowledge with practical research on the Drive project, providing her with valuable insights into this intriguing subject. She aims to expand and enhance her understanding of social exclusion, radicalisation, and how they interact through the Drive project.