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The FRISCO  partnership organised a webinar, on Monday 29 January 2024, discussing Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism (P/CVE) with speakers from the Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN).

The project entails 7 beneficiary partners from 6 European countries (Greece, France, Holland, Germany, Italy, Hungary) working on raising awareness about terrorist content online and the TCO Regulation and providing specific tools for Hosting Service Providers (HSPs) to address violent extremism online and dissemination of such content.

The aim of the webinar was to raise awareness and support small tech companies, to promote a comprehensive approach to tackling terrorist content and fostering compliance with the Regulation on Terrorist Content Online (TCO). By doing so, the goal is to help prevent and counter violent extremism online and to create a safer online environment.

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Webinar description:

Preventing and countering violent extremism online requires a two-pronged approach. First, we need to know what we are fighting against, so to say gaining a better understanding of the online threat and related radicalisation processes. Second, online platforms need to be equipped with the appropriate information, resources, and capacities to tackle the exploitation of their services and comply with EU Regulations.

To address these two dimensions, we are delighted to welcome speakers from the Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN) to our webinar. First, thanks to the RAN Policy Support, a network supporting the European Commission and facilitating exchanges among policymakers, we will focus on P/CVE analysis and what we currently know about violent extremism online. Then, thanks to the RAN Practitioners, a network of frontline practitioners who work with radicalised people, we will find out how we can help curbing the phenomenon, focusing on first hand experiences and approaches to P/CVE. We will also present FRISCO activities, tools, and results.

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