Pardeep has over 10 years of practitioner expertise around issues of identity, belonging and radicalisation, working with young people with challenging backgrounds.
Pardeep graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in Arabic and International Relations, and has since split his time between living and working in Europe and the Middle East. This has included researching civil society’s contribution to the demise of the Ben Ali regime in Tunisia and the wider implications for the Arab Spring, in conjunction with The International Crisis Group, and for the Israeli human rights NGO B’Tselem, where he worked on projects in the West Bank. Pardeep also spent a year living in the town of Fes, Morocco as part of his Arabic studies. In 2016, Pardeep graduated from the University of Nottingham with a MA in Diplomacy.