The vision of the GIFCT is to prevent terrorists and violent extremists from exploiting digital platforms.

The Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism brings together the technology industry, government, civil society, and academia to foster collaboration and information-sharing to counter terrorist and violent extremist activity online.

GIFCT’s strategic planning and programming centers on three pillars:

Prevent

Prevent

Delivering critical information and the capacity to prevent and disrupt terrorist and violent extremist activity online

Respond

Respond

Coordinating and continually strengthening the tech ecosystem’s response to the online impacts of terrorist or violent extremist incidents

Adapt

Adapt

Convening industry, experts, and civil society to understand emerging trends relating to technology, terrorism, and violent extremism

Research and Resources from our Core Partners
Global Network on Extremism & Technology

Recent insights, reports, and digests from our academic research arm

  • May 09 2024

    AI-Powered Jihadist News Broadcasts: A New Trend In Pro-IS Propaganda Production?

    Introduction  Until now, pro-Islamic State (IS) Artificial Intelligence (AI) propaganda materials were generated and shared...
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  • May 07 2024

    Hiding in Plain Sight: How the ‘Newgen’ Misogynistic Incel Content Creators Escape Moderation on TikTok

    Content warning: This Insight contains mentions of sexual and graphic violence, suicide, and racist language ...
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  • May 01 2024

    Cash for Incitement: The Monetisation of Digital Hate in Germany

    Introduction Right-wing extremist and conspiratorial movements have historically relied on diverse funding sources like large...
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  • Apr 29 2024

    Tech and Terror: Why Have Drones Not Penetrated the Afghanistan-Pakistan Militant Landscape? 

    Introduction The Afghanistan-Pakistan (Af-Pak) region is one of the world’s most volatile and competitive militant...
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Tech against Terrorism

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GIFCT is pleased to share that its research arm @GNET has launched a podcast!

Listen to the first episode with GNET's Research Director @folanski ...speaking with @effodu (@TorontoMet) about the intersection of #AI and violent #extremism.

Earlier this month, GIFCT & @firjan convened a Latin American tech workshop in Rio.

Regional industry bodies, #tech companies & experts had ...the opportunity to share insights on regional terrorism & #counterterrorism dynamics.

See our website for a recap: https://gifct.org/2024/04/29/latam-tech-workshop/

GIFCT's Executive Director @NaureenCFink gave the keynote speech at "Addressing the Prevailing Digital ‘Information Disorder,’" a regional ...conference organized by the @OSCE Action Against Terrorism Unit and the National Counter-terrorism Council of Mongolia.

The conference underscored the need to enhance #DigitalLiteracy, develop inclusive, #gender-sensitive policies, and center #HumanRights-based ...approaches while preventing and countering terrorism and violent extremism. We're pleased to have contributed to this valuable dialogue.

GIFCT welcomes 3 new additions to its Independent Advisory Committee!

Dr. @g_sullivan (@UoELawSchool) & @broderickM_ (Associate Fellow ...@ICSR_Centre) join in their individual capacity & the Commonwealth of Australia joins as the 7th government member.

→ https://gifct.org/governance/

Last month, GIFCT worked with @BSRnews to convene an expert discussion on practical #humanrights-based approaches to preventing terrorists & ...violent extremists from exploiting digital platforms with @UN_OCT & @article19UN.

Here's a summary of the panel:
https://gifct.org/2024/04/22/human-rights-based-approaches/

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