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

The 40 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 May 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…

Women on the Frontline: operating at the frontier of psychology, terrorism and reducing violent conflict
(Almizan Advisors)

Gender in terrorism and counterterrorism
(JASON Institute)

Nobody is coming to help Big Tech prevent online radicalization but itself

Extremists exploit gaming networks and social media to recruit and radicalize

What To Do If You Suspect Your Teen Is Getting Radicalized Online

We can’t control guns or the internet. But we can watch kids for signs of extremism

The terrorist threat posed by lone actors is ‘difficult to detect,’ says federal report
(CBC News)

The role of ideology in the radicalization process
(LUISS Department of Political Science)

Stories of LIVE: how to train civil society leaders who work on preventing violent extremism

Combating Hate Speech in Sport project – Launch Conference
(Council of Europe)

Microsoft AI Researchers Introduces (De)ToxiGen: A Large-Scale Machine-Generated Dataset for Adversarial and Implicit Hate Speech Detection

Radicalisation : « Ne pas réfléchir au phénomène à la manière des radicalisés »
(l’Est Républicain)

Moroccan Prisons Use Special Method to Reintegrate Extremist Convicts

Just how useful is terrorism analysis and ‘prediction’?
(Borealis Threat & Risk Consulting)

Getting the Global Fragility Act Together: Reimagining Counterterrorism Must Be Part of the Plan
(The Defense Post)

From Pilots Toward Policies: Utilizing Online Data for Preventing Violent Extremism and Addressing Hate Speech

The Growing Problem of Hate and Extremism on Gaming Platforms

Risk and Protective Factors for Child Returnees – Insights from the PREPARE workshop

How anti-feminist and anti-gender ideologies contribute to violent extremism – and what we can do about it
(Violence Prevention Network and the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy)

The Council of Europe adopted the Recommendation on combating hate speech
(Council of Europe)

Mayors of cities and municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina commit to combat hate speech and protect freedom of expression on social media
(United Nations Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Podcast… #97 Christina Nemr on Counter-Extremism

‘Extremist’ audio clips removed from SoundCloud in Europe-wide operation

‘A catastrophic failure’: computer scientist Hany Farid on why violent videos circulate on the internet
(The Guardian)

‘Extremist’ audio clips removed from SoundCloud in Europol operation

UK Prevent programme ‘needs renewed focus on Islamist extremism’
(The National, UAE)

Voices from Mali: Malian youth speak up to prevent violent extremism

Experts examine future of counter-extremism in COVID-19 era at International CVE Research Conference 2022
(WAM, Emirates)

Mass Shootings and Hate Speech—What Can the Government Do?
(Bloomberg Law)

‘Online Counter-Terrorism’ Presentation to Commission for Countering Extremism, 25 May 2022
(Jonathan Hall QC Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation)

DGAPR and the challenge of managing and reintegrating detainees for extremism
(Morocco Latest News)

Countering Extremist Messages in Pakistani Media

D4.2 Comparative Report | De-radicalisation and Integration Legal and Policy Framework

How an expert on online disinformation and harassment became the target of both

We need better tools to keep people from falling prey to hateful rhetoric, says expert

The Tech Against Terrorism Guidelines – Government Transparency Reporting on Online Counterterrorism Efforts
(Tech Against Terrorism)

(De)ToxiGen: Leveraging large language models to build more robust hate speech detection tools
(Microsoft Research Blog)

The ‘Average Person’ Thinking About Radicalization: A Mind Genomics Cartography
(Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology)

Disinformation and Crisis Escalation in South Asia
(Stimson Center) |

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