SATAC invites experts and leaders in the security, intelligence and academic communities to contribute their views and opinions on how best to mitigate the threat of terrorism in South Africa to our Public Library. Please eMail your papers (minimum of 500 words) to email@example.com. If accepted for publication you will be given full credit (your name, organisation and eMail or website address – please include these at the bottom of the paper.) unless you request anonimity. If accepted and added to our library you may then use the words “Published SATAC contributor” in your marketing.
Please see our Editorial Guidelines below.
At some future time we will introduce Private Papers for sale through our store for which you, our contributor, will receive a royalty each time a client purchases your paper.
We engage with the public, SATAC members, the Authorities and clients through formal meetings and published opinion pieces or article. We also have private and specialist discussion groups that are only available to users vetted users through the SATAC system.
SATAC is a non-political, non-sectarian, non-religious independent analysis facility which takes local and global information and turns it into actionable intelligence.
- Papers shall be a minimum of 500 words
- Contributions must be of a schollarly nature and add to the reader’s understanding or promote thought in a serious fashion.
- All work must be original – plagiarism will not be accepted
- Where other works are quoted or referenced please give accreditation
- Whilst politics or religeon are relevant to understanding acts of terror and their origins and development, papers must be balanced and fair.
- The opinions expressed in published articles and expert opinion pieces on this site or through any SATAC media are those of the authors. They do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of the SATAC or its members or Officials