Everything you’ve always wanted to know about online campaigning!
Over the past four years, the Civil Society Empowerment Programme (CSEP) has supported 20 diverse projects in their online P/CVE campaigns across the EU Member States. In a series of five webinars, these EU-funded projects will share their results and lessons learned. If you want to learn more about the results of these different online campaigns, how to start your own online campaign, what is being done in your country, or generally more about P/CVE campaigns, join us at one or more upcoming webinar.
On 14 October, two projects (PRECOBIAS and Extremely EUnited) will share their campaigns and lessons learned between 10:00 - 11:30 AM CET. Register for this session before 13 October via this link. Note that this session will be recorded.
These online campaigns are active in Belgium, Estonia, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Spain and Sweden.
- The PRECOBIAS (Prevention of Youth Radicalisation Through Self-Awareness on Cognitive Biases) project aims at supporting counter radicalisation by enhancing the digital resilience and critical thinking of young people. It does so by unveiling the mental processes and cognitive biases that underlie the interpretation and analysis of information. The main target audience is youth (at risk of radicalisation) between the ages of 15 and 25, as well as social workers, teachers and civil society organisation working with these youth in the following countries: Belgium, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland and Slovakia.
- Extremely EUnited aims to prevent radicalisation in online platforms by providing alternative narratives through a series of campaigns. They focus on vulnerable youth between the ages of 13 and 25 who are active users of online (social media) platforms in the following countries: Belgium, the Netherlands, Sweden, Estonia, Hungary, Kosovo, Italy, France and Spain.
- Publication date
- 30 September 2021