Contextual
Resources

Once a government or tech company develops a definition of terrorism or violent extremism, it can be difficult to know how to apply these definitions to the variety of ways that terrorism and violent extremism manifests internationally and across online spaces.

This section of the site aims to highlight contextual resources on themes related to applying definitions to the online space.  GIFCT funds the Global Network on Extremism and Technology (GNET) to bring forward actionable insights from experts and practitioners around the world to better inform and give context to tech companies, governments, practitioners and other stakeholders in this field. Insights are curated here under context-based themes.

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  • 11th March 2024
    ‘Doing What God Designed Men To Do’: Red Pilled Christians’ Quest for Patriarchy, According to Scripture
    Elyse Willemsen
  • 08th March 2024
    The Role and Potential of Artificial Intelligence in Extremist Fuelled Election Misinformation in Africa
    Jake Okechukwu Effoduh
  • 06th March 2024
    The Ultimate Game: What We Learned from Mobilising Gamers During Brazil’s Elections
    Mariana Ribeiro and Court Williams
  • 04th March 2024
    ‘Why Not Bring Weapons to School?’: How TikTok’s Algorithms Contribute to a Culture of Violence in Brazilian Schools
    Beatriz Buarque
  • 28th February 2024
    POV: Wearable Cameras and the Gamification of Lone-Actor Terrorist Violence
    Manfredi Pozzoli
  • 26th February 2024
    ‘Stand Against the Wiles of the Devil’: Interpreting QAnon as a Pseudo-Christian Extremist Movement
    Nicolò Miotto and Dr. Julian Droogan
  • 23rd February 2024
    Weapons of Mass Hate Dissemination: The Use of Artificial Intelligence by Right-Wing Extremists
    Federico Borgonovo, Silvano Rizieri Lucini and Giulia Porrino
  • 21st February 2024
    Tech Triumphs or Terrors: The Implications of Emerging Technologies on Bioterrorism
    Anadi
  • 15th February 2024
    A Deadly Trifecta: Disinformation Networks, AI Memetic Warfare, and Deepfakes
    Achi Mishra and Vignesh Karumbaya

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