Jan Stehlík is a security analyst with a focus on counter-extremist and counter-terrorist policy in Europe. Since 2014, he has cooperated with the European Values thinktank. Here, he helped set up and subsequently coordinated the Programme for Cohesive Society, which consisted of expert teams focused on radicalisation and migration policy.
Currently, Mr Stehlík coordinates the Internal Security Program at the European Values, whose analysts work on policy solutions to Islamic extremism, migratory pressures and the integration of immigrants.
He holds degrees from the University of Nottingham, where his final thesis investigated the causes of Islamic extremism, and the Charles University in Prague with a final thesis on counter-terrorism in the Visegrad countries. As part of his work, he has written a number of expert publications in the area of internal security and the issues of radicalisation, extremism and terrorism.