The Neave Prize will be awarded annually to the work of non-fiction which the Judging Panel considers to have made the most significant, original, relevant, and practically valuable contribution to the understanding of terrorism.
The inaugural Prize will be awarded to a book published between 1 August 2016 and 31 July 2017. The prize giving will be in November 2017 and held in London.
The prize is very generously being sponsored by Pool Re, for the next 3 years, and we hope that it will generate wide interest across academia and with authors.
For full details on the prize please visit the Airey Neave website or read more details about how to apply, read the guidelines.