National Response Model on Countering Online Extremism
About the Response Model
In response to the rising threat of online extremism, the Secure Communities Forum (SCF), in collaboration with global partners, created the National Response Model for Countering Online Extremism. Acknowledging the internet as a persistent platform for radicalization, the SCF aimed to guide the enhancement of collaboration between governmental and non-governmental agencies through the response model.
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Developed by diverse experts in counter-extremism, internet psychology, faith leadership, and psychology, the model takes a uniquely holistic and collaborative approach. Embracing a multi-stakeholder strategy, a common knowledge base, and universal adaptability, the model provides a robust framework for countering online radicalization.
The response model explores many key verticals that can act against online extremism such as traditional law enforcement agencies but also explore innovative channels such as video games and cultural heroes.
Full Response Model
We invite you to explore, share, and consider adopting the National Response Model to Online Radicalization by the SCF. Your engagement is crucial in strengthening our collective response to this challenge on both local and international levels. Join us in spreading this model for a united and adaptive approach
Senior Advisor, Counter Extremism Project
Dr. Pedro Liberado
Board Member & Chief Research Officer, Innovative Prison Systems
Dr. Omer Ali Saifudeen
Head Military Studies Minor/Senior Lecturer, School of Humanities and Behavioural Sciences, SUSS
Rev. Dr. Gary Masons
Founder & Director, Rethinking Conflict
Mohamed Abdelouahab Rafiqui
Pro moderation activist and Former Extremist
Dr. Yair Amichai Hamburger
Internet Behavioral Expert, Reichman University
Dr. Sagit Yehoshua
Criminologist & Risk Assessor
Dr. Francesco Farinelli
Programme Director, European Foundation for Democracy
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