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Radicalization awareness, understanding, prevention and
signalling on social media channels
This is a two-day specialized course, taught by experts in the subject matter, that
will provide students with the cultural context, subject matter knowledge and
actionable insights that will strengthen understanding of the powerful tool that
social media represents for radicalization and spread of extremist content.
The course is geared toward anyone interested in digging deeper into the role of
social media in Jihadi radicalization processes.
The course can be customised to your individual needs to address the challenges
The course is highly dynamic and interactive, and delivered to you in a classroom
setting at your premises or an external location, worldwide.
After attending the course you will be able to:
– Understand better the culture of different Jihadi & radical groups
– Understand better Jihadi language and terms on social media
– Learn how to detect quality data
– Understand the psychology behind Jihadi social media campaigns
– Gain knowledge about the different digital channels used by the radical
groups and their behavior across them
– Understand better how social media can help in recruiting and turn
“normal” people into radical actors.
– Learn how to detect signals or pre-radicalisation on social media.
– Be able to apply these learnings in your investigations
I. Understanding the role of identity in radicalization and radical content
This module offers the historical and cultural context about different radical
Islamic groups necessary to lay the foundation of a better understanding of
radical and extremist behavior, both online and off.
II. Variations in Jihadi Social Media Language
Jihadists and radicals use different terms on social media, terms that might be
unknown to security bodies. In this module we will explore how variations on
language and terminology (e.g. such as mushrikeen, kuffar, rafidah and to which
category they classify Jews and Christians) can signal towards potentially violent
events. We will also explore in-depth extremist ideologies, groups and their
III. Detecting relevant content on social media: How to find quality data
Terrorists and radicals abuse online platforms to promote content with the
purpose to radicalise, recruit and propagate terrorists activities; however, looking
for this content is very challenging given the speed of social media, terrorists’
obfuscation techniques, and the sheer size of the data available, not to mention
irrelevant “noise”. This module will help you determine which search terms that
will unearth only the most relevant and hidden content.
IV. Visual Communications Strategies – The Objectives And Psychology
Behind Jihadi Images and Videos
Both static images (such as memes) and videos – either amateur or highly
produced – are a key parts of the radicalization toolkit and highly effective in
advancing the influence of jihadi causes and rhetoric among the mainstream
public, particularly youth. In this module, you will learn about the psychological
aspects implicit in visual content and how these images and videos achieve their
goals of radicalizing and spurring vulnerable individuals to spread the message
and, often, commit violent acts.
V. It’s not just Facebook: Digital Channels And How Each One Plays a
Radicalizers and terrorists are increasingly varying the channels they prefer for
public discourse and radicalization on vulnerable individuals. From Facebook to
Telegram to ISIS’s own sophisticated channels both online and off, understanding
the behavior across the different channels and how interactions take place is
extremely useful to investigators as well as professionals involved in
counternarrative initiatives. In this module you will dig deep into the wide array of
channels that are home to terror-inspiring content and how each of them play a
different role in getting the message out and spreading the Jihadi cause.
VI. Recruitment And radicalization Processes: How Social Media Helps In
Recruiting and Winning the Psychological War
Much has been said about the role of social media in the recruiting and
radicalization processes. Just how are seemingly “normal” people drawn into the
net of a radical group without even coming face to face with them?In this module
we will explore the techniques used by radicalizers online, the radicalization
process through some real-life case studies.
VII. How to detect signals of pre-radicalization (not terrorism) on social
media by user terms
Getting ahead of radicalisation before individuals become violent is key in the
prevention of terrorist attacks. In this module we will discuss the factors that
result in vulnerability, the terms he/ she uses, and how youngsters and extremist
groups use different platforms and tools.