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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
Financing patterns and networks of violence-oriented right-wing extremist actors in Germany

Rechtsextremismus

September 1, 2021

The financing of violence-oriented right-wing extremist organizations and actors in Germany is diverse and wide-ranging.

The financing of violence-oriented right-wing 17135
Are you safeguarding freedom of speech online or protecting Big Tech?

NetzDG u. Digital Services Act

Juli 1, 2021

Open Letter from HateAid gGmbH and Counter Extremism Project to the governments of Sweden, Ireland and Finland: Are you safeguarding freedom of speech online or protecting the Big Tech?

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Virtual Conference on May 10, 2021: Legal and Administrative Instruments to Counter the Threat from Violent Right-Wing Extremist and Terrorist Movements

Rechtsextremismus

Juni 1, 2021

The virtual conference organized by CEP on behalf of the German Federal Foreign Office on May 10, 2021, was opened by Simon Herchen, Deputy Head of Division “International Cooperation against Terrorism, Drug Trafficking and Organized Crime” of the German Federal Foreign Office and Ileana Visoiu, Chair of the Council of Europe Committee on Counter-Terrorism.

The virtual conference organized by 17139
Looks Can Be Deceiving: Extremism Meets Paramilitarism in Central and Eastern Europe?

Rechtsextremismus

Juni 1, 2021

The report by Kacper Rekawek, PhD focuses on several case studies in the following countries: the Czech Republic (and Slovakia), Hungary, Poland and Ukraine

The report by Kacper Rekawek 17138
Proposed EU Digital Services Act (DSA): “Notice and (NO) action”: Lessons (not) learned from testing the content moderation systems of very large social media platforms

NetzDG u. Digital Services Act

Juni 1, 2021

Author: Alexander Ritzmann – Senior Advisor to CEP where he focusses on effective regulation and compliance of “social media” since 2015, working on the EU Internet Forum, the German NetzDG law, the EU Terrorist Online Directive and the DSA.

Author: Alexander Ritzmann – Senior 17162
Proposed EU Digital Services Act (DSA): Provisions concerning auditing and opportunities to strengthen this mechanism

Publikationen

Juni 1, 2021

The new audit regime that the Digital Services Act (DSA) envisions for very large platforms mirrors in significant aspects audit regimes already deployed in other industries, in particular the financial industry.

The new audit regime that 17161
Virtual Event Series 2021: Violent Right-Wing Extremism and Terrorism

Rechtsextremismus

Mai 1, 2021

Throughout 2021, CEP, in cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office of Germany will address this issue set in a series of virtual events, bringing together relevant national and multilateral policy stakeholders.

Throughout 2021, CEP, in cooperation 17140
EU Commission consultation – Digital Services Act package – ex ante regulatory instrument of very large online platforms acting as gatekeepers

NetzDG u. Digital Services Act

Mai 1, 2021

The current draft DSA is based on a set of narratives about the role, function and business models of so-called gatekeeper platforms that do not seem to adequately reflect their actual functionality and commercial purpose.

The current draft DSA is 17163
CEE activities of the Muslim Brotherhood – Final Report: North Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Conclusions for the Region

Islamistischer Extremismus

Dezember 1, 2020

Supported by The Counter Extremism Project (CEP), GLOBSEC has begun mapping the efforts of one of the best-known political Islam movements, the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), in a selection of countries.

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Daily Dose

Extremists: Their Words. Their Actions.

Fact:

On September 26, 2018, an improvised explosive device planted at the foot of a bridge exploded, killing eight soldiers in the lead vehicle of a Burkinabe military convoy traveling in northern Burkina Faso. 

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