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Summer Institute: State of Play, The Politics of Right Wing Extremism

The Centre on Hate, Bias and Extremism is proud to offer its first Summer Institute on right-wing extremism, in collaboration with the Centre for the Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR). As a partner of the The Centre on Hate, Bias and Extremism, Exit-Germany will give a lesson on the topic of campaigning in exit work and the […] Mehr lesen

How to use campaigns for exit work?

An overview of Exit Germany‘s target group approach By Fabian Wichmann. Summary How do you reach a target group that is relatively insular and communicate with a message that is meant to challenge their worldview? What role can campaigns play in this context and, how has the target group reacted to corresponding actions? Can campaigns […] Mehr lesen

2021 – Ein Rückblick

Im vergangenen Jahr konnte schon an vielen Stellen wieder Normalität in der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit von EXIT-Deutschland hergestellt und viele Kooperationen, Veranstaltungen – On- und Offline – sowie Ausstellungen und Aktionen umgesetzt werden. Unser Rückblick mit den wichtigsten Projekten, Ereignissen & Ergebnissen im Jahre 2021, mit sieben verlinkten Berichten zu unterschiedlichen Aktivitäten. Haut, Stein – Veränderung im […] Mehr lesen

The Role of Formers in P/CVE and Peacebuilding

The Centre for Global Security Challenges, University of Leeds and START, University of Maryland are delighted to welcome you to our online two-day workshop on the role of formers in P/CVE and Peacebuilding, 17-18th February 2022. This workshop aims to shed light on the role of former extremists and former combatants in P/CVE and peacebuilding […] Mehr lesen

Consequences of Extremist Digital Heritage on the Rehabilitation Process

By Dr Virginie Andre. Introduction The diffusion of digital extremist content by individuals and extremist groups, as well as the way in which this content and terrorism-related events are reported by news media, have increasingly raised concerns regarding: 1) the perpetuation of violent extremist propaganda; 2) pathways to radicalisation; and 3) the potential recruitment and […] Mehr lesen

The role and function of conspiracy narratives in right-wing extremism

By Fabian Wichmann. With the strengthening of social polarisation and social crises, conspiracy narratives or conspiracy ideologies are also experiencing a boost. Various studies have shown that people who believe in conspiracy narratives do not only believe in one of these narratives, but are receptive to many more diverse narratives. This is one explanation for […] Mehr lesen

Returning to Extremism

An Overview on Terrorist Reoffending and Current Challenges By Susanna Z. Papp and Robert Örell.  Due to recent tragic terrorist attacks in Europe, the question of terrorist recidivism has come to the centre of attention in public and policy discourses. Although the data show low recidivism rates in European countries, the impact of successful re-offenses […] Mehr lesen

Atomwaffen Division Financing

Backgrounder and counter-terrorist financing options By Jessica Davis. In this post, I explore the financing mechanisms used by Atomwaffen Division and the new iteration of the group, National Socialist Order. Both AWD and NSO, as well as James Mason, one of the ideological leaders of AWD, are all listed terrorist entities in Canada. Like many ideologically-motivated violent […] Mehr lesen

Conference: 4th Addressing the New Landscape of Terrorism

4th International Conference 25-28 October 2021 Berlin, Germany (online) Victoria University – EXIT-Germany The Addressing the New Landscape of Terrorism initiative was created in 2015, with its first edition launched in February 2016 in Melbourne, then its second and third editions, respectively, in July 2017 in Bangkok, Thailand and in April 2019 in Rabat, Morocco. […] Mehr lesen