TAT & GIFCT E-learning session
The Nuts and Bolts of Counter Narratives: What Works and Why?
27 May 2021 5pm – 6pm BST, 9am – 10am PDT, 12pm – 1pm EDT
This webinar is organised in partnership with the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT).
Targeted counter-messaging for terrorist content has been frequently raised by governments, civil society, and former extremists as a useful way to prevent and counter radicalisation online. Tech companies have thus integrated this in their counterterrorism approach, such as by partnering with institutions that develop counter-narratives messaging and implementing counter-narrative messaging on their platforms.
For this Tech Against Terrorism & GIFCT webinar, we take a closer look at counter narratives and counter speech efforts online, with a focus on tactics, best practices, innovations, and evaluation.
As always, this webinar session will finish with a Q&A session that is open to all attendees. If you would like to sign up to this free webinar, please register with your institutionally affiliated email address – note that registration does not guarantee participation, and access to this webinar will be limited. This webinar will be held under Chatham house rules.
About our webinar series
Tech Against Terrorism and the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT) are pleased to present our series of e-learning webinars for 2021. These free webinar sessions are particularly suited for tech professionals, content moderators, counterterrorism researchers, and others interested in learning more about terrorist use of technology and the internet more widely – and how to counter it.
As a participant, you will have the opportunity to engage directly with a wide range of experts, and explore practical ways to support smaller tech companies in tackling the terrorist use of the internet whilst respecting human rights. Over the course of the upcoming webinars, GIFCT and Tech Against Terrorism will convene some of the industry’s leading counterterrorism experts and practitioners, policy researchers, and tech companies’ representatives.
If you have any questions about this or future webinars, or if you would like to collaborate for future sessions, please email [email protected].