Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and Università Roma Tre present PARTICIPATION H2020 Techniques and services for identifying radicalism and extremism in social media report findings in an online workshop which will be held online on June 30th, 2022.
Which techniques and software services could be developed and used for radical and extremist content detection in social media?
Over the past year, the PARTICIPATION H2020 project research has focused on the methods for detecting and monitoring radicalization and extremism in social media, in order to evaluate the effectiveness of counter-narrative campaigns, as well as developing ICT tools and services for these purposes. One of the objectives of the project is to develop information and communication technology tools for providing effective and automated ways to monitor and evaluate counter-narrative campaigns.
On June 30th, 2022 the PARTICIPATION Consortium invites you to join in an online discussion on monitoring social networks for fighting radicalization in light of the findings of the PARTICIPATION project. The workshop will be held on Zoom from 9:30 to 12:00 CEST and will involve both PARTICIPATION project partners and other experts in the field of contrasting and preventing radicalization and extremism.
The event is open to scholars, politicians, experts on terrorism and radicalization, accademics researchers and practitioners in the field of radicalization and preventing violent extremism or involved in other Horizon2020 projects.
In light of this analysis, the project partnership will present Techniques and services for identifying radicalism and extremism in social media report offering a common and accessible framework to capture, share, and process the data produced by the intelligent engine.
Monitoring social networks for fighting radicalization in the PARTICIPATION project
Jun 30th | 9.30 – 12.00 (CEST)
Workshop Venue: Zoom
- Dr. Francesco Antonelli, Department of Political Science, Roma 3, coordinator of H2020 Participation project.
- Dr. Kevin McDonald, MidHead, Department of Criminology and Sociology, Middlesex University.
- Dr. Javier Ruipérez, Euro-Arab Foundation, participants of H2020 project RETOPEA (Religious Toleration and Peace).
- Dr. Carlos A. Iglesias, Intelligent Systems Group, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
The event is free upon registration. Register now to the workshop: bit.ly/3MDvLdB.