Review on Countering Extremism and Hate Speech. January 2023 (I/II, Part b) |

On the list below, you will find the second part of the 120 most popular LinkedIn posts on the topics of counter-extremism and countering hate speech by Thorsten Koch, MA, PgDip, during the first half of January 2023. Part a and b of this issue contain 60 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…

“That shit doesn't fly”: Subcultural constraints on prison radicalization (Wiley):

Religion and Hate Crime Victimisation: A Representative Study of Young People in Finland (Springer Link):

The Radicalization Pipeline: How Men and Boys Get Indoctrinated into Extremism (The Feminist):

Gewaltprävention in der Schule: Praxismaterialien zu Programmen, Projekten, Literatur und Links (Berlin gegen Gewalt & Camino):

Preventing Violent Extremism and Cohesion: A Practical Guide for Journalists (UNDP):

Media Trends Databank (unesco):

Supreme Men, Subjected Women: Gender Inequality and Violence in Jihadist, Far-Right, and Male Supremacist Ideologies (GNET Research):

‘Urgent need’ for more accountability from social media giants to curb hate speech (Modern Diplomacy):

Issue of Hate speech (nextias, India):

Remembering Dusit D2 Victims I Tackling Violent Extremism and Terrorism (KBC Channel 1, Kenya):

Online harassment in gaming continued to grow in 2022 (

How terrorists are capitalising on the cost of AI (Guest blog by Faculty) (Techuk):

Exclamation Point: The big picture around hate crimes and hate speech (CBS New York):

Eye on 4R Network: When Terrorists Come Home: From in-prison to post-release care (Fighting Terror):

Social Media: A Double-Edged Sword for Democracy Worldwide (Medium):


Hate Speech and the Gender Perspective: A Problem from the Teaching of Social Sciences in School (European Journal of Educational Research):

RAN Practitioners Plenary 2022: Reflection and looking ahead, Brussels 13-14 October 2022 (EU RAN):

Addressing antisemitism through education (UNESCO):

Book Review: The Psychology of Extremism (ASIS International):

From virtual to embodied extremism: an existential phenomenological account of extremist echo chambers through Ortega y Gasset and Merleau-Ponty (KovsieJournals):

Boko Haram: An Inspiring Model for Criminal Gangs and Beyond (European Eye on Radicalization):

The Hateful People: Populist Attitudes Predict Interpersonal and Intergroup Hate (Social Psychological and Personality Science):

Keyword-Enhanced Multi-Expert Framework for Hate Speech Detection (MDPI):

Affiliated with ISIS: Challenges for the return and reintegration of women and children (UNDP):

Customary Characters in Uncustomary Circumstances – Traditional and Religious Authorities’ Resilience to Violent Extremism in Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso (ICCT):

The Impact of Online Hate Mongering. An Exploratory Analysis of @LibsOfTikTok (RPubs):

On Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism with Dr. Joshua Snider (IPRI Podcast):

Was wir über Distanzierung wissen (Violence Prevention Network):

Radicalization and Resilience with Elizabeth Neumann (THE RUSSELL MOORE SHOW):

Counter Terrorist Trends and Analyses (CTTA) – Volume 15 Issue 01 (RSIS):

Evaluating the Social Media Profiles of Online Harassers: An Experimental Study of Attention and Attitudes (ACM Digital Library):

Keyword-Enhanced Multi-Expert Framework for Hate Speech Detection (MDPI):

UN rights chief calls to end online hate and 'dehumanizing identity politics' (i24NEWS):

PERSPECTIVE: Four Intersections Between Policing and Violent Extremism That Cannot Be Ignored (Homeland Security Today):

UN – Hate Speech Case Database (The Future of Free Speech):

Peace Council inaugurates volunteers against violent extremism (Graphic Online, Ghana):

When Cyber Aggression Prediction Meets BERT on Social Media (arXiv):

Predicting Hateful Discussions on Reddit using Graph Transformer Networks and Communal Context (arXiv):

'Education key to fighting radicalization' (The Manila TImes):


Active inoculation boosts attitudinal resistance against extremist persuasion techniques: a novel approach towards the prevention of violent extremism (Behavioural Public Policy, Cambridge):

Countering hate speech on the Internet with "Bot Dog" (Telekom):

RAN small-scale expert session: Conspiracy narratives: developing a tool to support families, Madrid 14 June 2022 (EU RAN):

Mobilizing actions to prevent violent extremism (UNDP Ghana):

Guidance for regulating digital platforms: a multistakeholder approach (UNESCO):

Weighing the future, viability of social media platforms (Provost, Arizona State University):

ECHR - Hate Speech Case Database (The Future of Free Speech):

Masculinities, Misogyny and Violent Extremism (UNDP Oslo Governance Centre):

Somalia’s Defector Rehabilitation Centers Face Financial Uncertainty (VOA):

Gender Competent Criminal Law (SpringerLink):

RAN Practitioners Update 106 | December 2022 (EU RAN):

Safe Public Spaces (IcARUS):

Manual for Responses to returning foreign terrorist fighters and their families 2nd Edition, 2022 (EU RAN):

Hate Speech (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy):

Fighting Terror. Eye on 4R Network: Rehabilitating and Reintegrating Extremist Offenders in the United States (Fighting Terror):

Etidal, Telegram remove 15m items of extremist online content (Arab News):

Core Incubators of False Information Online (Springer Link):

Ask the Experts: How Can Renewed U.S.-African Partnerships Counter Terrorist Threats? (USIP):

Free articles and analyses on soft counter-extremism and on countering hate speech:

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