This briefing paper highlights Al Qaeda content available on YouTube and Facebook and exposes the continued gaps in the companies’ ability to identify and remove content, which they have committed to doing.
- Counter narratives
- Digital policy
- Education and digital citizenship
- Far right extremism
- Hate and polarisation
- Islamist extremism
This report outlines networks of Somali, Kiswahili and Arabic pages and profiles on Facebook which are supportive of al-Shabaab and the Islamic State. It serves as a a case study into the moderation blind spots of the platform in languages outside of English, and illustrates how terrorist supporters are exploiting these gaps.
This baseline report was produced by ISD and its partner Act! to study and evaluate community-based P/CVE interventions in the Kenyan counties of Isiolo, Nakuru and Kwale.