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This paper follows a briefing structure, in which it summarises the campaign, the main achievements of the project, the lessons learned on online campaigning in preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE), and also includes links to some of the campaign messages.

General publications |

The Extremely EUnited project aims to prevent radicalisation on online platforms by providing alternative narratives. The project consists of seven campaigns aimed at vulnerable youth (13-25 years), teachers, and social workers in Belgium, the Netherlands, Sweden, Estonia, Hungary, Kosovo, Italy...

General publications |

This paper follows a briefing structure that summarises the campaign, the main achievements of the project, the lessons learned on online campaigning in preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE), and links to some of the campaign messages

General publications |

This paper follows a briefing structure, in which it will summarise the campaign, present the achievements of the project and the lessons learned on online campaigning in PCVE, as well as the links to the main campaign messages.

General publications |

This paper follows a briefing structure, in which it summarises the campaign, the main achievements of the project, the lessons learned on online campaigning in preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE), and links to some of the campaign messages.

General publications |

This paper follows a briefing structure, in which it will present a summary of the campaign, the achievements of the project and the lessons learned on online campaigning in PCVE. It will also provide the links to some of the campaign messages.

Newsletter |

This is an Update Special on the activities of the EU Internet Forum's Civil Society Empowerment
Programme (CSEP), an EU initiative supported by the RAN Centre of Excellence (RAN CoE) to
encourage online campaigns countering extremist propaganda.

Newsletter |

This is an Update Special on the activities of the EU Internet Forum's Civil Society Empowerment Programme (CSEP), a new EU initiative supported by the RAN Centre of Excellence (RAN CoE) to encourage online campaigns countering extremist propaganda.

Newsletter |

Since April 2017, RAN has provided over a 150 CSO professionals with training to enhance their online campaigning skills, partnering up with Facebook, Google and Twitter as well as the European Strategic Communications Network.

Newsletter |

The Civil Society Empowerment Programme was officially launched at a kick-off event in Brussels in mid-March, which gathered 100 civil society actors and other stakeholders from across the EU. This update gives an overview of this very special event.

General publications |

Terrorist and violent extremist groups continue to radicalise, groom, polarise and incite vulnerable individuals with their sophisticated material and rapid means of dissemination online.