This report evaluates the second round of the Mayor of London’s Shared Endeavour Fund, a £600,000 civil society funding scheme to support projects addressing hate and extremism.
Education and digital citizenship
Comprehensive resources for educating and training practitioners in countering terrorism and violent extremism, produced in collaboration with the McCain Institute.
This report is an evaluation the Shared Endeavour Fund, an £800,000 civil society funding scheme supporting projects designed to address intolerance, hate and extremism.
This toolkit from ISD and B’nai B’rith, in partnership with UNESCO, provides insights to help drive civil society responses to online antisemitism.
The Together for Safety webinars were a series of online talks to tackle pressing urban safety and security challenges with a key focus on addressing hate, polarisation and extremism across the Nordics and in cities around the world. They spotlighted mayors and city leaders, policymakers, practitioners, youth, civil society and subject matter experts.
Ce rapport présente les résultats de deux programmes financés par Facebook: l’Initiative pour le Courage Civique en Ligne (Online Civil Courage Initiative ou OCCI) et le Fonds pour le Civisme en Ligne (FCL).
Fostering Civic Responses to Online Harms: Learnings from the Online Civil Courage Initiative and the Online Civic Fund
This report reviews the impact of the Online Courage Civic Initiative and Online Civic Fund in 2019, demonstrating how effective civil society actors can be when provided with the necessary resources and platform. Our overview shows the significant impact that civil society can have in countering hate online and offline, providing key learnings, inspiring similar initiatives and demonstrating the ways the civil sector can co-ordinate long term.
Our 2020 Young Digital Leaders Curriculum in French is available for download.
Voices of Pakistani Youth: Lessons for Civil Society in the Development of Effective Counter-Narrative Campaigns
This report provides a series of evidence-based lessons for international NGOs, practitioners and activists working in Pakistan, to improve their capacities in developing counter-narrative campaigns to counter extremism and hate speech. Through YouthCAN, focus groups, bringing together 70 young people from Islamabad, explored how youth in the country understand extremism and hate speech.
The Young Digital Leaders curriculum consists of five sessions targeted at students aged 12-15 years old. In line with the Council of Europe definition of digital citizenship, the curriculum aims to support students.