Review on Countering Extremism and Hate Speech. November 2021 (II/II)

The 25 most popular LinkedIn posts on the topics of counter-extremism and of countering hate speech posted by Thorsten Koch, MA, PgDip, during the second half of November. In descending order.

Since mid-2017, we have filed many thousands of shares on LinkedIn. Almost all of them are posts of articles and documents about countering extremism and radicalization. Below, you will find a current selection of our posts.

Radicalisation of ‘lone wolf’ terrorists has been fuelled by lockdown, says minister
(The Telegraph)

Police fear terror threats flying below radar as reports to extremism scheme fall by a fifth
(The Independent, UK)

UNCCT and INTERPOL jointly launched a new edition of a handbook for law enforcement on counter-terrorism investigations online

How terrorist recruiters are editing extremist content to evade moderation on Instagram and YouTube
(iNews, UK)

Multi-Ideology ISIS/Jihadist White Supremacist (MIWS) Dataset for Multi-Class Extremism Text Classification

Extremism in Bangladesh: The Role of Cities in Developing a Long Term Plan of Action for P/CVE Efforts
(Strong Cities Network)

(VOX Pol)

Warnings May Reduce Hate Speech on Twitter

Factors Contributing to Radicalization: A conceptual framework

The incel threat

Video Games, Extremism and Terrorism: A Literature Survey

How Parag Agrawal Obsessively Focused On Controlling Hate Speech As Twitter CTO
(Outlook India)

ISS: What makes women resist violent extremism in Mali and Niger?
(DefenceWeb, South Africa)

The Role of Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube Frequency of Use in University Students’ Digital Skills Components

Social Ties and Jihadist Participation: A Mixed-Methods Approach to the Differential Recruitment of Radicalized Youth in Spain
(Terrorism and Political Violence)

Number of Referrals to U.K.’s Counter Radicalization Program Falls Due to COVID-19
(Homeland Security Today)

(Access Now)

EU counterterrorism, collective securitization, and the internal-external security nexus
(Global Affairs)

Islamogram: Salafism and Alt-Right Online Subcultures

Abuse Widespread Among People at Risk of Extremism: U.K. Police

Strong Cities Network: September Updates
(Strong Cities Network)

Disengagement, Disassociation, Reconciliation and Reintegration. Eligibility Conditions and Pratices
(IOM – UN Migration)

Counter-Terrorism After 9/11, Episode 6: Counter-Terrorism, Civil Liberties, and National Security with Hina Shamsi

A Systematic Review on the Outcomes of Tertiary Prevention Programs in the Field of Violent Radicalization

Inclusive democratic participation, a tool for combating & preventing violent extremism
(The North Africa Post)

New $7 Million Investment in Youth to Combat Violent Extremism
(U.S. Embassy in Mauritania)

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