How Young People

are Engaged by Radicals


HYPER wishes to develop resources and tools to understand and address radicalization and its effect on young people across Europe.


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1 week ago


Our project had the pleasure to participate in a Conference organized in Nicosia, Cyprus by CARDET and Cyprus' Ministry of Justice and Public Order on Youth Radicalization.

During the conference, a member of our project team made a presentation on the role of the internet on the radicalization process and showed one of the videos developed by HYPER
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2 weeks ago


So-called deplatforming is a growing strategy to stem the rise of hate speech online, but does it work?
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What happened when @MoSalah joined @LFC?

Hate crimes in the surrounding area declined by 19%.

The # of anti-Muslim tweets sent by Liverpool fans was cut in half.

Evidence (by: @wpmarble @a_alrababah @salma_mousa_ @aasiegel ): "Can Exposure to Celebrities Reduce Prejudice?"


German Interior Ministry: there are 12,700 violent far-right extremists in Germany 🇩🇪

- More than half are prepared to used violence
- Using Internet to communicate with each other
- A "new approach to tackle radicalisation on the Internet" is necessary


"This mutually reinforcing cycle suggests that more attacks from both sides will come, as each incident radicalizes a new cohort of believers" #radicalization #extremism

Recent terrorism attacks found that at least a third of white extremist killers since 2011 were inspired by others who perpetrated similar attacks, professed a reverence for them or showed an interest in their tactics.

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