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Posts tagged with ‘Counter-Narrative’

  • May012023

    Ari’s Mission: Educating Young Audiences on Conspiracy Theories Through Fictional Narratives

    Introduction Narrative campaigns against extremism and conspiracy theories are popular and widely used tools to prevent and/or counter (violent) extremism…

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  • Mar242023

    Youths Challenging Violent Extremism through Digital Platforms in the Philippines

    Introduction  “They tolerated the ISIS in Marawi. ISIS sympathisers!”  “They deserve it. They were handlers of killers, carnappers, drug lords…

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  • Feb102023

    Holocaust Memorial Day and the Contemporary Threat of Online Holocaust Denial 

    On 8 February 2023, the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR), the Global Network on Extremism and Technology…

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  • Feb092023

    Preventing Extremism through Storytelling and Gaming

    On 2 February 2023, GNET and the Extremism and Gaming Research Network (EGRN) hosted a webinar on ‘Preventing Extremism through…

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  • Jul052022

    Persuading with Fantasy: Why Digital P/CVE Narrative Campaigns May Benefit from Fictional Elements 

    The narratives we are exposed to and the stories we tell ourselves and each other have a profound impact on…

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  • Feb072022

    Creating Digital Narrative Worlds: The Promises of Transmedia Storytelling for P/CVE Narrative Campaigns

    Extremism is – at least partially – a communication challenge. The acceptance of extremist narratives, which provide followers with a…

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  • Sep232021

    From Direct Action to Terrorism: Canadian Radical Right Narratives and Counter-Narratives at a Time of Volatility

    For several years now, radical right extremist groups and their terror potential have been on the radar of Canada’s Security…

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  • Aug112021

    The ‘4M Way’ to Promoting Alternative Narratives to Violent Islamist Extremism in Muslim Mindanao

    Following the collapse of the so-called caliphate in March 2019, Islamic State (IS) has “repositioned its propaganda narrative to one…

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  • Jul262021

    When Counter-Speech Backfires: The Pitfalls of Strategic Online Interaction

    For a long time, hatred and incitement on social media have been treated as a relatively apolitical and purely virtual…

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  • Apr262021

    From Gangs to Groupuscules & Solo-Actor Terrorism: New Zealand Far-Right Narratives and Counter-Narratives in the Context of the Christchurch Attack

    At 1.40pm on 15 March 2019, Christchurch shooter, Brenton Heston Tarrant, approached the Al-Noor Mosque near the city’s Hagley Park.…

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