Throughout November 2020, the Online Hate Prevention Institute (OHPI) will be running a campaign that focusses on Countering Terrorism.
Over many years now, OHPI has: supplied intelligence to police and security agencies, removed terrorist material, and contributed to both the public policy of governments and the corporate policies of technology platforms.
The Online Hate Prevention Institute stands against violent extremism & terrorism expressed in any form, be it through: social media, discussion platforms and on commentary sections of online media.
Join us by taking action! You can help the campaign in a number of ways:
- Share this article on social media and with people and organisations who would support this work
- Support and share our fundraiser to further enhance the campaign
- Report examples of online incitement to Terrorism to platforms hosting it (ie. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube)
- Help us report the items we highlight in campaign articles
- Anti-hate organisations, particularly those who work in the area of Countering Terrorism, are invited to become supporters of the campaign – we need your logo and an article from you that says who you are and your thoughts / experiences regarding online incitement to Terrorism.
- Companies and foundations are invited to become sponsors, these funds along with donations will be used to take the campaign further.
About the Online Hate Prevention Institute:
The Online Hate Prevention Institute is Australia’s only harm prevention charity dedicated to preventing the harm to people as a result of online hate and extremism. We deal with all forms of online hate and our work on other topics can be accessed from our homepage. Funds from this campaign will be used to counter online Terrorism. Donations can also be made to support our December campaign to Tackle Cyberbullying, and general donations are particularly appreciated.
You can also connect with us by joining over 24,000 people who like our Facebook page, following us on Twitter, and joining our mailing list.
Organisations that work in the area of Countering Terrorism are invited to join the campaign as a partner. Contact us for details.
1 November – Campaign Launched
2 November – OHPI Facebook post of news article about Countering Terrorism: France struggles against spiral of online jihadist hate
3 November – OHPI Facebook post of news article about Countering Terrorism: How the government wants to fight online hate
4 November – OHPI Facebook post of news article about Countering Terrorism: How social media companies will deal with the election night and beyond
6 November – OHPI Facebook post of news article about Countering Terrorism: Facebook blocked our Campaign to Counter Terrorism
11 November – OHPI’s CEO participates in international meeting discussing online antisemitism (covering the online incitement of violence): Video – Dr Andre Oboler contributes to the Inter-Parliamentary Task Force on Online Antisemitism’s first meeting with experts
11 November – OHPI Facebook post of news article about Countering Terrorism: Austrian police searched the homes of 40 alleged neo-Nazis
13 November – OHPI Facebook post of news article about Countering Terrorism: Europol takes Europe-wide action against online hate speech
17 November – OHPI Facebook post of news article about Countering Terrorism: Telegram Is Leaving a Terrorist Bomb-Making Channel Online
18 November – OHPI presents to the Italian Government on Antisemitism 2.0 and how it has shifted into promotion of extremism
19 November – Published Briefing: Why, suddenly, has Islamic terrorism made a resurgence in the West?
20 November – OHPI presents at the United Nations, the accompanying paper discusses the risk of extremism from online hate