German Home Page

German Home Page

Über CEP

Das Counter Extremism Project (CEP) ist eine gemeinnützige, überparteiliche, internationale Organisation, die das Ziel verfolgt, der Bedrohung durch extremistische Ideologien entgegenzuwirken und pluralistisch-demokratische Kräfte zu stärken. Neben Büros in den Vereinigten Staaten verfügt CEP über Standorte in Berlin und Brüssel.

Die Aktivitäten von CEP werden geleitet von einer internationalen Gruppe ehemaliger Politiker, leitender Regierungsbeamter und Diplomaten. CEP finanziert sich aus Spenden von Privatpersonen und projektbezogenen Fördermitteln.

CEP übt dazu durch eigene Recherchen und Studien Druck auf finanzielle und materielle Unterstützungsnetzwerke von extremistischen und terroristischen Organisationen aus, arbeitet den Narrativen von Extremisten und Terroristen sowie ihren Rekrutierungstaktiken im Internet entgegen, entwickelt good practices zur Reintegration von Extremisten und Terroristen, und wirbt für effektive Regulierungen und Gesetze.

CEP GERMANY - CONTACT:

For media and general inquiries please contact us at the following email address [email protected]

CEP GERMANY - SOCIAL MEDIA::

Twitter: @CEP_Germany
YouTube

Mehr erfahren

Unsere neuesten Publikationen

September 2021: CEP Report “Financing patterns and networks of violence-oriented right-wing extremist actors in Germany”

The financing of violence-oriented right-wing extremist organizations and actors in Germany is diverse and wide-ranging. However, current, well-founded analyses of financial strategies and sources of income are largely lacking. This is where this CEP study comes in, based on analyses by leading experts.

  • Authors: Alexander Ritzmann, Dr. Hans-Jakob Schindler, Dr. Thorsten Hindrichs and Maximilian Kreter
    Download
September 2021: CEP-Studie “Finanzierungsmuster und Netzwerke gewaltorientierter rechtsextremer Akteur:innen in Deutschland“

Die Finanzierung gewaltorientierter rechtsextremer Organisationen und Akteur:innen in Deutschland ist divers und breit gefächert. Aktuelle fundierte Analysen von Finanzstrategien und Einnahmequellen fehlen jedoch weitgehend. Hier setzt diese CEP-Studie an, die auf Analysen führender Experten basiert.

  • Autoren: Alexander Ritzmann, Dr. Hans-Jakob Schindler, Dr. Thorsten Hindrichs und Maximilian Kreter
    Download
Juni 2021: CEP Report: “Looks Can Be Deceiving: Extremism Meets Paramilitarism in Central and Eastern Europe?”

The report focuses on several case studies in the following countries: the Czech Republic (and Slovakia), Hungary, Poland and Ukraine. It is based on interviews with members of the right-wing extremist scenes of these countries, local experts on right-wing extremism and/or paramilitarism and on open-source queries.

Juni 2021: CEP Event Summary and Policy Recommendations: “Virtual Conference on May 10, 2021: Legal and Administrative Instruments to Counter the Threat from Violent Right-Wing Extremist and Terrorist Movements”

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.

  • Author: Dr. Hans-Jakob Schindler
    Download
Mai 2021: CEP Policy Paper: “EU Commission consultation – Digital Services Act package – ex ante regulatory instrument of very large online platforms acting as gatekeepers”

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. This paper will therefore those systemic misunderstandings and provide an alternative narrative that might help to build the internet and intermediary services the EU is actually aiming for.

  • Authors: Alexander Ritzmann, Dr. Hans-Jakob Schindler and Lucinda Creighton
    Download

Daily Dose

Extremists: Their Words. Their Actions.

Fact:

On October 23, 2017, Jamaat Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen (JNIM) attacked two separate police posts in Mali’s Segou region and ambushed a Malian vehicle near Tenenkou. The Malian military confirmed several casualties. 

View Archive

CEP on Twitter