28
Jan 2021
An Australia Day weekend camping trip in the Grampian Ranges by neo-Nazis has caused rising concern. In media coverage on this story today, our CEO, Dr Andre Oboler, was interviewed by ABC Australia’s The...

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19
Nov 2020
As countries globally continued to tackle COVID-19, for a while there it seemed that Islamist terrorism in the West had gone quiet. With ISIS losing its physical caliphate of Syria and Iraq last year,...

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31
Oct 2020
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...

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25
Jan 2020
January 26th is Australia’s national day. The name “Australia Day” was adopted nationally in 1935, and it wasn’t until 1994 that the date became a national public holiday. It is controversial and there is...

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19
Dec 2019
A new form of terrorism emerged in 2019. Incubated by a globalised, toxic, anonymous online culture, incitement to hate now all too frequently leads to violent extremism that manifests offline, and has cost the lives of...

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