The research series Hate Speech and Radicalisation on the Internet provides interdisciplinary insights into the current developments of extremist activities on the internet. With the aid of expert contributions from all over Germany, the psychological, political, anthropological and technological aspects of online hate speech and radicalisation will be considered and recommendations will be made for political leaders, social media platforms as well as NGOs and activists.
- Counter narratives
- Digital policy
- Education and digital citizenship
- Far right extremism
- Hate and polarisation
- Islamist extremism
This briefing reveals that, while military activity is often framed within the broader context of anti-government and antisemitic ideology, white supremacist groups actively draw inspiration from the military in their preparations for violence.
This policy paper considers the paradigm shift in prevention approaches required to respond to today's extremism challenges, focusing on a human rights based approach.