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Featured research from across our work

This report focuses on the role of right-wing extremist communities in amplifying and spreading COVID-19 conspiracy content and misinformation on Telegram.
ISD’s pioneering new research maps the rapidly evolving online Salafi ecosystem, providing a cross-platform snapshot data of a broad landscape of English, German and Arabic content
This report looks at Facebook’s efforts to tackle COVID-19 misinformation by analysing the online presence of a group called the World Doctors Alliance.

ISD’s blog for the latest in data-driven research on hate, disinformation and extremism.
As the Select Committee continues to excavate the mountain of evidence relating to the January 6th attack on the US Capitol, many have wondered why the rioters in the Capitol that day went to such lengths to document and broadcast their own crimes. 
This Dispatch examines the specifics of Hungarian organisations most in connection with an international ultra-conservative network working to undermine women's and LGBTQ's sexual and reproductive health rights.
This Dispatch examines the global network of ultra-conservative organisations working to undermine the rights of sexual minorities and women, and the key actors in this network.
Thought-leadership on the next generation of extremism challenges and responses.
This report provides a summary of anti-lockdown activity in Canada, encompassing the key figures, groups and ideological overlaps of those involved.
This briefing paper outlines a prototype taxonomy for classifying terrorist and violent extremist content.
In this series of briefings, ISD takes a look at anti-lockdown activity across Europe and North America. This paper provides a summary of this series.