Patrick Strickland

Patrick Strickland

Patrick Strickland is an online producer at Al Jazeera English. He has reported from across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa and the United States. 

Far Right

US university braces for alt-right's Richard Spencer

State governor declares state of emergency before rally against white supremacist event at University of Florida.

US university braces for alt-right's Richard Spencer

Far Right

Can the US alt-right survive divisions and backlash?

With public outrage, anger over some of Trump's policies and growing infighting, the alt-right's future is unclear.

Can the US alt-right survive divisions and backlash?

Racism

Protests planned after Pakistani migrants attacked

Attack on Pakistani migrants Ashfak Mahmoud and Vakas Hussein in Greece's Aspropyrgos adds to list of recent assaults.

Protests planned after Pakistani migrants attacked

Far Right

Austria: 'Symbolic vote' pushes back against far right

Thousands of those without Austrian citizenship cast symbolic votes before legislative poll which may boost far-right.

Austria: 'Symbolic vote' pushes back against far right

Politics

Will Hamas give up arms for Palestinian reconciliation?

Future of reconciliation unclear as Hamas says disarming is not up for discussion, despite President Abbas' demands.

Will Hamas give up arms for Palestinian reconciliation?

Black Lives Matter

St Louis police arrest 307 protesters in 18 days

Mass protests erupted in the wake of the recent acquittal of a white policeman who killed a black man in 2011.

St Louis police arrest 307 protesters in 18 days

Human Rights

US targets anti-Trump activists' Facebook accounts

The warrants seek information from three accounts related to the massive Inauguration Day protests in February.

US targets anti-Trump activists' Facebook accounts

Racism

Alt-right weakened but not dead after Charlottesville

The alt-right has been hit by a wave of cancellations since a deadly rally in August, Author Shane Burley explains.

Alt-right weakened but not dead after Charlottesville

Refugees

Refugees in Greece feel like 'prisoners and hostages'

Recent weeks have seen a sharp surge in the number of refugees and migrants reaching Greek islands.

Refugees in Greece feel like 'prisoners and hostages'

Racism

US: Are 'anti-Sharia' bills legalising Islamophobia?

At least 194 bills were sought to criminalise Islamic law in the United States between 2010 and 2016, report says.

US: Are 'anti-Sharia' bills legalising Islamophobia?

Racism

Anger as Swedish neo-Nazis prepare for Yom Kippur march

The event dubbed 'Revolt against the traitors' is scheduled to take place on September 30.

Anger as Swedish neo-Nazis prepare for Yom Kippur march

United States

Milo Yiannopoulos' security cost UC Berkeley $800,000

US university grappling with budget cuts and layoffs spends sum on security for far-right speaker's 15-minute rally.

Milo Yiannopoulos' security cost UC Berkeley $800,000