Review on Countering Extremism and Hate Speech. March 2022 (I/II) |

The 30 most popular LinkedIn posts on the topics of counter-extremism and of countering hate speech posted by Thorsten Koch, MA, PgDip, during the first half of March 2022. 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. The following is a current selection of our posts…

Identities of the Female Terrorist: Perceptions of Women in Extremism
(Australian Institute of International Affairs)

What is the best approach for preventing recruitment to terrorism? Findings from ABM experiments in social and situational prevention
(Criminology & Public Policy)

Countering Violent Extremism and Deradicalisation in Northeast Syria

UK’s independent reviewer of terrorism legislation vows to focus on online extremism
(The National, UAE)

Memorials for victims of terrorism and their possible value for P/CVE – Different approaches within the EU, June 2021

Reasons behind Reasons: A Communitarian Reading of Women’s Radicalization and Family Bombings in Southeast Asia
(Studies in Conflict & Terrorism)

Psychopathology of Young Terrorist Offenders, and the Interaction With Ideology and Grievances
(Frontiers in Psychiatry)

2021-2022 United Nations Multi-Year Appeal for Counter-Terrorism
(United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism)

What is extremism? Does it include far-left? Far-right? Choosing a definition is fraught
(USA Today)

Integrating Gender into Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism: Lessons From the ASEAN Region
(Australian Institute of International Affairs)

Commission Statement on the European Remembrance Day for Victims of Terrorism
(European Commission)

Hate speech has dropped on Instagram, Facebook, says Meta
(Gadget Game News)


Understanding the Game: Bridging Research Gaps at the Nexus of Gaming and Extremism

Radicalization Trajectories: An Evidence-Based Computational Approach to Dynamic Risk Assessment of “Homegrown” Jihadists
(Studies in Conflict & Terrorism)

As content booms, how can platforms protect kids from hate speech?
(MIT Sloan)

What can families really do? A scoping review of family directed services aimed at preventing violent extremism
(Journal of Family Therapy)

EU justice ministers to discuss hate speech laws
(Foreign Brief)

Opinion: Want to empower women? Call out hate speech online

Practices and Needs in Reintegration Programs for Violent Extremist Offenders in the United States: The Probation Officer Perspective (SocArXiv):

Bullying, Cyberbullying and Hate Speech
(International Journal of Technoethics)

People spreading misinformation are ridiculed rather than met with facts

Public statement on prosecuting racist and religious hate crime
(The Crown Prosecution Service, UK)

Ireland to opt in to EU-wide hate speech ban
(Law Society Gazette)

Podcast. Islamophobia and Radicalisation – Tahir Abbas
(Combating Jihadist Terror)

VIDEO GAMING AND (VIOLENT) EXTREMISM: An exploration of the current landscape, trends, and threats
(EU RAN Policy Support)

Countering Violent Extremism or Resolving Conflicts? Bridging Micro- and Macro Perspectives on Countering Jihad
(Perspectives on Terrorism)

Perspectives on Terrorism Volume XVI, 2022

Facilitating factors for hate speech – from the perspective of Polish criminal law

Is YOUR child at risk of being groomed by extremists online? Cyber security expert reveals the signs to look out for including a sudden change in friends
(Daily Mail Online)

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