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Prosecution of German Women Returning from Syria and Iraq

Islamistischer Extremismus

September 1, 2022

This policy paper presents initial insights regarding the prosecution of female returnees—women who left Germany to travel to the former territory of the so-called Islamic State (IS) in Syria and Iraq and have returned. It also presents recommendations for policymakers and security agencies.

German version: Download This policy 17857
Western Extremists and the Russian Invasion of Ukraine in 2022 – All Talk, But Not a Lot of Walk

Rechtsextremismus

May 1, 2022

This analysis of the far-right and right-wing extremist scenes in seven countries—the United States, Canada, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, and Poland—reveals that the current conflict has not led to a significant flow of extremists to the war zone.

This analysis of the far-right 17858
Foreign Fighters in the 2022 Russia-Ukraine War: An Assessment of Extremist Volunteers

Rechtsextremismus

April 5, 2022

This policy brief provides a risk assessment of the potential threats posed by violence-oriented extremists in the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war once they return to their prior countries of residence/homeland. 

This policy brief provides a 17859
Transferring Good P/CVE Practices Across Phenomena and Countries

Weitere Themen

January 27, 2022

This report summarizes a CEP webinar supported by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany. Moreover, it provides detailed CEP policy recommendations regarding the issue set.
 

This report summarizes a CEP 17860
Paramilitary Training Activities of Violent Right-Wing Extremists: Threat, Mitigation Opportunities, and Challenges

Rechtsextremismus

December 13, 2021

This report summarizes a CEP webinar supported by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany. 

This report summarizes a CEP 17861
Financing of Transnational Violent Right-Wing Extremist and Terrorist Structures – Misuse of Online Services

Rechtsextremismus

November 29, 2021

This report summarizes a CEP webinar supported by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany. 

This report summarizes a CEP 17862
Wo Wölfe Kreide fressen – Die rechtsextreme Infrastruktur auf Facebook, Instagram, YouTube und Twitter

Rechtsextremismus

November 1, 2021

Im Rahmen dieses CEP Recherche- und Analyseprojektes wurde eine Bestandausnahme der relevantesten Akteur:innen des Rechtsextremismus in Deutschland durchgeführt.

Im Rahmen dieses CEP Recherche- 17112
Misuse Of Online Services By Transnational Right-Wing Extremist And Terrorist Networks

Rechtsextremismus

November 1, 2021

The paper follows an in-depth study in 2020 in which CEP, commissioned by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany, analyzed the transnational connectivity of violent right-wing extremist (vXRW) and terrorist movements in five European countries and the United States.

The paper follows an in-depth 17130
The misuse of online services by transnational right-wing extremist and terrorist networks: threats, regulatory countermeasures, and challenges

Rechtsextremismus

November 1, 2021

This webinar explored the current situation and regulatory developments and discussed the various challenges encountered by governments and industry in countering this threat.

This webinar explored the current 17129
Finanzierungsmuster und Netzwerke gewaltorientierter rechtsextremer Akteur:innen in Deutschland

Rechtsextremismus

September 1, 2021

Die Finanzierung gewaltorientierter rechtsextremer Organisationen und Akteur:innen in Deutschland ist divers und breit gefächert.

Die Finanzierung gewaltorientierter rechtsextremer Organisationen 17137

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