This report, released ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day 2024, explores contemporary challenges of online Holocaust denial and distortion with contributions from five authors affiliated with ISD’s Coalition to Counter Online Antisemitism.
Hate and polarisation
An intro to AI's intersection with focus areas covered by ISD's Digital Policy Lab (DPL), including key concepts, challenges, and solutions. Informed by research and informal interviews, it contributes to policy discussions within the DPL and beyond.
This report is the English translation of the summary of the expert conference "In the Blind Spot - Right Wing Extremists on Alternative and Established Platforms", which took place in Berlin in September 2023.
This report provides a summary of the expert conference "In the Blind Spot - Right Wing Extremists on Alternative and Established Platforms", which took place in Berlin in September 2023.
This report examines the spikes in misogynistic and abusive content on social media during 2022 following nine significant US-based events which either featured high-profile women and/or were relevant to the public conversation about women's rights.
This analysis produced by ISD for Ofcom explores the scale and nature of ‘plausibly hateful’ English-language content collected from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Reddit and 4chan.
Tangled Web: The Interconnected Online Landscape of Hate Speech, Extremism, Terrorism and Harmful Conspiracy Movements in the UK
This digital snapshot produced by ISD for Ofcom outlines the online landscape of terrorism, extremism and hate speech related to the United Kingdom.
Active Clubs are white nationalist extremist groups that emphasise physical fitness and hand-to-hand combat skills and have a history of violence. The number of these clubs are increasing in the US, Canada and Europe, posing a threat to public safety.
This is the English translation of the report of ISD Germany’s 2022 annual conference on right-wing extremist platform use.
This report presents the key findings from a project targeting disinformation narratives against Ukrainian refugees within Russian- and Arabic-speaking communities in Germany, outlining the process of creation of four counter videos and an evaluation of the videos' dissemination.