Category: ISD News

News from the Institute for Strategic Dialogue

What we learnt: ‘New Risks, Old Threat’: Right-Wing Extremism Conference

Right-wing extremist groups and ideologies are rising across the global north. Climbing hate crime statistics highlight the increased violence and harassment which minority communities are under, whilst recent terror attacks in New Zealand, the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom throw this threat into the fore. However, the question remains, how should local authorities…
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Incorporating new approaches Our approach to evaluating P/CVE interventions

Patricia Crosby, SCN Regional Manager, and Tim Hulse, M&E Coordinator, reflect on a recent workshop held by Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health exploring how to apply public health methodology to the evaluation of CVE programmes and makes the case for improving our focus on this important, but often under-looked, aspect of successful local…
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Google.org Impact Challenge on Safety

We are delighted to announce the launch of a multi-million Euro fund for civil society organisations from across Europe to aid the Strong City Network’s (SCN) aim to counter hate and extremism, and support local-level innovation to build social cohesion and resilience in our communities. The Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), where the SCN is…
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New Publication: Building Digital Citizenship in France

ISD recently published a new impact report following the Sens Critique pilot project. The pilot, which took place earlier last year, brought together organisations with expertise in media, education, disinformation and counter extremism to educate a group of 22 secondary school students (aged 13 to 15) from Paris to the dangers of ‘fake news’. It…
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