Review on Countering Extremism and Hate Speech. December 2022 (I/I, Part b) |

On the list below, you will find the second part of the 140 most popular LinkedIn posts on the topics of counter-extremism and countering hate speech by Thorsten Koch, MA, PgDip, during the course of December 2022. Part a and b of this issue contain 70 URLs each.

Since mid-2017, we have filed many thousands of shares on LinkedIn. Almost all of these are posts of articles and documents about countering extremism and radicalization. The following is a current selection of our posts…

RAN LOCAL Pulse Taking: What Are Local Effects of Recent Developments on P/CVE? Helsinki 15-16 November 2022

With Mass Social Media Layoffs, Researchers Warn of Rise in Hate Speech

NCCE launches project on prevention, control of violent extremism, terrorism

Preventing violent radicalisation CPD course| RJ Webinar series by Prof. Theo Gavrielides E20
(Restorative Justice for All International Institute):

Influential Moms: Examining Extremist Influencer Mothers
(GNET Research):

Religious extremism, intolerance, and human rights | FES Pakistan | S3 E13
(FES Global):

Facebook-owner Meta releases first human rights report
(Arab News):

Collective efforts must for ensuring gender equality to prevent violent extremism
(Dhaka Tribune):

Project Someone relaunches “From Hate to Hope” online course
(University of Concordia Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance):

The Dividing World, Growth in the Use of the Internet and the Growth of Digital Racism
(The Good Men Project):

Annual report – Combating Hate Speech, Sexist and Racist Language

(Tous Unis Vers Cités):

RAN Thematic event: Current challenges and solutions related to working with youth on P/CVE, Vienna 22 September 2022

Counter-Terrorism After 9/11, Episode 3: Counter-Terrorism and The War on Terror with Bruce Hoffman

Good digital citizenship is in your hands
(Organization for the Prevention of Violence):

Hate speech in video games: A social media problem
(Hertie School):

Eric Adams Wants New Laws to Curb Twitter Hate Speech
(Daily Beast via yahoo!):

14 countries tackle violent extremism online in a coordinated referral action day

Social media admins on the frontlines of hate speech
(ideasroom, New Zealand):

Duale Blames ‘Religious Hypocrisy’ For Rising Extremism
(Capital News, Kenya):

Tackling Social Value Tasks with Multilingual NLP
(University of Saskatchewan):


Connected in Transit. Insights into practical work with refugees and migrants

Congress members pen letter asking gaming firms how they are combating extremism

Protect Yourself From Online Spamming With YouTube’s Latest Update
(The Truth International):

Detecting Hateful and Offensive Speech in Arabic Social Media Using Transfer Learning

Hate Speech in a Telegram Conspiracy Channel During the First Year of the COVID-19 Pandemic
(Social Media + Society):

How to save children from online extremism
(Today Explained):

Musk’s Twitter tweaks foreshadow EU showdown over new rules

RAN POL The challenges of anti-authorities extremism for police, Copenhagen 23-24 June 2022

Media practitioners need to combat spread of fake news, hate speech: Teo Nie Ching
(The Sundaily, Malaysia):

Neither Hard Nor Soft Prevention — On the Need to Reconfigure Contemporary Counterterrorism Towards Smart Prevention
(31st European Safety and Reliability Conference):

Guidance for Regulation

Profiting from Hate: Extremist Merchandise on Redbubble, Etsy, Teespring, Teerepublic and Zazzle

New Publication | The GCTF’s Good Practices on Strengthening National-Local Cooperation in P/CVE: Mapping the Implementation, Progress, Gaps, Needs and Priorities in Uganda
(Strong Cities):

What is Hate Crime?
(CPD Online College):

“Suggested for You”: Understanding How Algorithmic Ranking Practices Affect Online Discourses and Assessing Proposed Alternatives

Op-Ed: Don’t be too tempted by Europe’s plan to fix social media
(Los Angeles Times):

“Going to Extremes” – Podcast by the UNOCT International Hub on Behavioural Insights to Counter Terrorism. Episode 4 with Nafees Hamid

Litigating Against Extremism Toolkit

Regional language toxic comment classification
(Tech Rxiv):

Herausforderungen, Bedarfe und Trends im Themenfeld – KN:IX Report 2022

Misogynistic Extremism and the Fallacy of Technochauvinism
GNET Research):

Did the Musk Takeover Boost Contentious Actors on Twitter?

Generation Doomer: How Nihilism on Social Media is Creating a New Generation of Extremists
(GNET Research):

HateCircle and Unsupervised Hate Speech Detection incorporating Emotion and Contextual Semantic
(ACM Journals):

The Protection and Promotion of Civic Space. Strengthening Alignment with International Standards and Guidance

Artificial Intelligence on Twitter: An inside look at how Twitter used big data and artificial intelligence to moderate content

Debiasing NLP Models Without Demographic Information

Racism and resilience of pandemic proportions: online harassment of Asian Americans during COVID-19
(Journal of Applied Communication Research):

Radical bubbles on YouTube? Revisiting algorithmic extremism with personalised recommendations
(First Monday):

Risk assessment in Corrections (Justice Trends):

Evidence-based Lessons for Implementing the Global Fragility Act
(Mercy Corps):

Wie algorithmische Ranking-Praktiken unser Online-Umfeld beeinflussen (und schützen könnten)
(ISD Germany):

PAVE working paper 5: Online and offline (de-)radicalisation in the Balkans
(Berghof Foundation):

‘The battlefield is everywhere’: Panelists discuss online hate faced by reporters
(Capital Current, Ottawa):

CTC Sentinel, November/December 2022 Issue, Volume 15, Issue 11
(Combating Terrorism Center at West Point):

How Sports Can Help Prevent Violent Extremism among Youths

Criminal Justice research team working to better understand the Incel Community
(Michigan State University College of Social Science):

(Tech Against Terrorism):


Was wir über Distanzierung wissen. Aktuelle Erkenntnisse der Forschung und Empfehlungen für die Praxis der Distanzierungsarbeit. Schriftenreihe Heft 10
(Violence Prevention Network):

Hate Speech und Fake News
(Amadeu Antonio Stiftung):

Taking pride in identity may protect mental health against online hate, study about experience of Asian Americans finds

Radicalization Through the Lens of Situated Affectivity
(Frontiers in Psychology):

How AI can help moderate online toxicity

Perspectives on Terrorism
(Volume XVI, Issue 6, December 2022, Special Issue on Anti-Government Extremism):

Does Online Hate Mongering Have Real Impact?

As Women and Children Return to the West from Syrian Camps, Lessons From Sweden
(Just Security):

From surviving to thriving. Mental health and psychosocial support for the reintegration of people (formerly) associated with violent extremist groups

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