The Definitions & Principles Framework Project
This Definitional Frameworks and Principles project aims to help tech companies and the wider counterterrorism and counter extremism community in understanding, developing, and applying definitions of terrorism and violent extremism.
How terrorism is defined globally
Compare the global use of behavioural signals that governments and international bodies use to legally define and proscribe terrorist and violent extremist individuals, activities and groups.
The elements that define terrorism
Compare the which behavioural signals governments and international bodies use the most to legally define and proscribe terrorist and violent extremist individuals, activities and groups.
Contextual Resources: GNET
Browse and access the Global Network on Extremism and Technology (GNET)'s wealth of actionable resources to gain a deeper understanding of how terrorism and violent extremism manifest in relation to specific themes.
Risk mitigation designation lists
Applying government terrorist designation lists. Understand the pros, cons, and risk mitigation strategies to consider when assessing how to apply government terrorist designation lists.
14th April 2022How the European Far Right is Using Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine to Radicalise its AudienceClaire Burchett and James Barth
12th April 2022The Taliban’s Trajectory in Securing Geographic, Electronic, and Geopolitical SanctuariesDr. Chamila Liyanage
07th April 2022Zelenskyy, ‘Denazification’ and the Redirection of Holocaust VictimhoodHannah Rose
The Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism brings together the technology industry, government, civil society, and academia to foster collaboration and information-sharing to counter terrorist and violent extremist activity online.