Digest of P/CVE LinkedIn Posts, January 2020

We have packaged the 10 most-consulted LinkedIn posts on P/CVE sent by Thorsten Koch, MA, PgDip. In fact, the two top posts were ‘Lone Wolves Exist After all’ and ‘Lessons Learned from Errors in P/CVE’ (A.R.C. Europe). You can read them here on site.

You will find the following 10 articles posted on LinkedIn below:

Studying The Risk Factors Of Violent Extremism (Eurasiareview)

Psychological Characteristics of Prejudice in the Process of Radicalization (exploringyourmind.com)

Framing the development solutions to radicalization in Africa (UNDP)

A Conflict Sensitive Approach to Reporting on Conflict and Violent Extremism (InterNews)

Researcher Tests ‘Vaccine’ Against Hate (VOA News)

Here’s Why Young People Are Attracted To Terrorism (Forbes)

Terrorists who ‘self-radicalise’ online are bigger threat than attackers sent by Isis, counterterror chief says (The Union Journal)

A Whole-of-Society Approach to Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism and Radicalization (OSCE)

Early detection of extremism? The local security professional on assessment of potential threats posed by youth (Springer Link)

YouTube’s algorithms might radicalise people – but the real problem is we’ve no idea how they work (theconversation.com)

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