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Civil Society Empowerment Programme Campaigns Event #02, Dublin 18-19 November 2019

This paper provides you with insights into the principles behind online communication with groups and individuals who are vulnerable to radicalisation. It captures the key lessons of the second CSEP Campaigns Event that took place in November in Dublin.

Here, the representatives of 18 CSEP-funded projects met with a diverse group of preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE) online campaigning experts from the European Strategic Communications Network (ESCN), Facebook, the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR), Moonshot CVE, the Communication and Narratives Working Group (RAN C&N), Twitter, Verein für Gewalt- und Extremismusprävention (TURN) and the Zinc Network.

Together, they explored how to set up effective online and social media campaigns targeting vulnerable people. The result of their joint efforts can be found in this paper. Read more


CSEP ex-post paper (PDF version: also available in French and German)