On the radicalisation of young people during online activities
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On the radicalisation of young people during online activities


Today we bring you the latest episode of our 'Beyond Us and Them' podcast. Rasha Nagem from the French organisation Les Militants des Savoirs (https://militantsdessavoirs.org/) tells ISP analyst Filip Pazderski about the emotions and human needs that extremist groups’ recruiters use to play on online. She explains why young people can easily give in to these actions and enter the process of radicalisation during their online activities. She also shows how computer games and collaborative work on a disinformation film about a global conspiracy using 'Chinese noodles' can be used to build knowledge and sensitise young people to the challenges they may face online. We encourage you to listen to this and other episodes of the whole series at https://anchor.fm/isp-thinktank!


This podcast is produced as part of the programme "Democratic and Inclusive School Culture in Operation" (DISCO) of the European Commission and the Council of Europe.


 
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