Robin Andersson Malmros

Project Manager

Postal address
Box 135
405 30 Göteborg

Vice Director

Visiting address
Universitetsplatsen 1, Vasaparken
41124 Göteborg
Postal address
Box 135
40530 Göteborg

About Robin Andersson Malmros

Ph.D in Public Administration, Senior Lecturer in Sociology & Deputy Director of The Segerstedt Institute

Research interests

  • Local organization in relation to global challenges
  • Prevention of terrorism, extremism and radicalization
  • Organization, management and neo-institutional theory
  • Cross-sector collaboration as a phenomenon and process

Research projects

  • Nordic Multiagency Approaches to Handling Extremism: Policies, Perceptions and Practices (2018-2021). The research project focuses Nordic multiagency approaches to handling extremism. More specifically, it analyses the policies and laws that underpin such work, perceptions of it among practitioners and the practices conducted in multiagency structures
  • The project Pan-Nordic and Transnational Dimensions of Nordic Right-Wing Extremism (2020-2022) sheds light on historical and contemporary research on the transnational organization of right-wing extremism in the Nordics.


  • Organization Theory (Master level) at the School of Public Administration
  • Criminology (Bachelor level) at the Department of Sociology and Work Science
  • Supervising Bachelor theses at the Department of Sociology and Work Science
  • Violent Extremism and Radicalization (Bachelor level) at the Segerstedt Institute
  • Methodological approaches to the study of violent extremism (Ph.D. course) at the Segerstedt Institute
  • Furthermore, I regularly give external lectures, nationally and internationally, on the organizing of efforts to prevent violent extremism

The Segerstedt Institute

I work as deputy director at the Segerstedt Institute - a national resource center with the aim to spread knowledge and methods to prevent recruitment to violent extremism ( In addition to various research activities, I support the director in organizing the institute's activities.

Further commitments

  • Expert Consultant in the International Consensus Guidelines Committee for the Prevention of Violent Radicalization and Extremist Violence. CPN-PREV is an evidence-based and practitioner-centered network aiming at promoting Canadian and international leadership from multiple sectors and disciplines in countering violent radicalization (
  • Safe City Advisor in Nordic Safe Cities. Within the framework of this initiative, I help Nordic municipalities to develop their preventive work against violent extremism.