Extreme Right-Wing Violence and Terrorism: Transnational Networks and Narratives
The Soufan Center and the German Mission to the United Nations collaborated on a research project to explore terrorist narratives and financing, including far-right violent extremist dimensions, and the role of the United Nations. Through a combination of webinars and issue briefs, the research explored recruitment narratives and propaganda used by violent far-right extremists, and similarities or differences with Salafi-jihadists, as well as transnational networks and financing of violent far-right extremists. The project aimed to inform the deliberations on counterterrorism at the United Nations in 2021, including the review of the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy and the High-Level Conference on Counterterrorism during the summer.
Countering Terrorist Narratives & Strategic Communications: Lessons Learned For Tackling Far-Right Terrorism
June 17, 2021
Countering Terrorist Narratives & Strategic Communications: Comparing the Violent Far-Right with ISIL/Da’esh and Al-Qaida
APRIL 28, 2021
In Partnership with the German Mission to the United Nations