Focus on far-right extremism, Radicalisation Awareness Network



Special report ‒ The impact of violent extremism on the recent COVID lockdowns, Radicalisation Awareness Network



The impact of COVID-19 on preventing and countering violent radical extremism, Radicalisation Awareness Network



The rise of Violent Right-Wing Extremism in Europe, Radicalisation Awareness Network



PRACTICES Toolbox (1/4): Extremist content analysis tool, EFUS



PRACTICIES Toolbox (3/4) EN: “Digital Me” - telling stories to prevent violent extremism, EFUS



Understanding Radicalisation and Raising Awareness, EFUS



Developing a Local Multi-agency Strategy, EFUS



Prevention and Resilience-building, EFUS



De-radicalisation and Disengagement, EFUS



Counter-narratives, EFUS

Noy Thrupkaew: Human trafficking is all around you. This is how it works, TED



Sex trafficking isn't what you think it is | Meghan Sobel, TEDx Talks



Bought and Sold: Trafficking in America | Kaylen Runyan, TEDx Talks



The Face of Human Trafficking | Megan Rheinschild, TEDx Talks



People For Sale: Human Trafficking in Canada | Jocelyn Davison, TEDx Talks



The reality of human trafficking | Sean Reyes, TEDx Talks



How to fight against Human Trafficking? | Kamal Raj, TEDx Talks



Brenden Varma (GA President Spokesperson) on Syria, Human trafficking, and United States, UN Web TV

http://webtv.un.org/watch/brenden-varma-ga-president-spokesperson-on-syria-human-trafficking-and-united-states/6245478436001/

Cybersex Trafficking: Your Phone and Saving Children’s Lives | Philip Calvert, TEDx Talks

Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights, Webinar with the Council of Europe 

https://www.facebook.com/councilofeurope/videos/846375376209854/?hc_ref=ART6O0LZdPKsuXln0oQAaXLPEZK-Jjbux-hulPZJM3IqJLHOXT9saOxr5cBtgu5q0LY 

A.I. Is Making it Easier to Kill (You). Here’s How. – The New York Times



The Threat of AI Weapons - Veritasium



The danger of AI is weirder than you think | Janelle Shane - TED



The ethical dilemma we face on AI and autonomous tech | Christine Fox - TEDxMidAtlantic



Autonomous weapons could change battlefields of the future [Advertiser content from ICRC] - Vox



Session I - Expert Seminar on Artificial Intelligence & Right to Privacy, UN Web Tv, 2020

http://webtv.un.org/search/session-i-expert-seminar-on-artificial-intelligence-right-to-privacy/6159703779001/?term=%22Expert%20Seminar%20on%20Artificial%20Intelligence%20%20Right%20to%20Privacy%22&sort=date

Session II - Expert Seminar on Artificial Intelligence & Right to Privacy, UN Web Tv, 2020

http://webtv.un.org/search/session-ii-expert-seminar-on-artificial-intelligence-right-to-privacy/6159711868001/?term=%22Expert%20Seminar%20on%20Artificial%20Intelligence%20%20Right%20to%20Privacy%22&sort=date

Session III - Expert Seminar on Artificial Intelligence & Right to Privacy, UN Web Tv, 2020

http://webtv.un.org/search/session-iii-expert-seminar-on-artificial-intelligence-right-to-privacy/6160139531001/?term=%22Expert%20Seminar%20on%20Artificial%20Intelligence%20%20Right%20to%20Privacy%22&sort=date

Session IV - Expert Seminar on Artificial Intelligence & Right to Privacy, UN Web Tv, 2020

http://webtv.un.org/search/session-iv-expert-seminar-on-artificial-intelligence-right-to-privacy/6160139965001/?term=%22Expert%20Seminar%20on%20Artificial%20Intelligence%20%20Right%20to%20Privacy%22&sort=date

Ex-Facebook employee on the company's dangerous loophole: 'Autocrats don't bother to hide', The Guardian



Ad Hoc Committee on Artificial Intelligence (CAHAI) of the Council of Europe, Council of Europe Directorate General Human Rights and Rule of Law,



CAHAI International Panel - Democratic governance of AI: challenges and perspectives, Council of Europe Directorate General Human Rights and Rule of Law



Council of Europe AI&Law Webinar Series #08 - What is the deep impact of AI on Human Rights?, Council of Europe Directorate General Human Rights and Rule of Law



ELSA - Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights, Council of Europe Directorate General Human Rights and Rule of Law



Using Artificial Intelligence to Fight Human Trafficking | Emily Kennedy, TEDx Talks



Protecting Human Rights During the Covid-19 Crisis and Beyond: Digital Pandemic Surveillance and the Right to Privacy, UN Web Tv

http://webtv.un.org/search/protecting-human-rights-during-the-covid-19-crisis-and-beyond-digital-pandemic-surveillance-and-the-right-to-privacy/6197673709001/?term=artificial%20intelligence&lan=english&cat=Human%20Rights&sort=date

Artificial Intelligence: The World According to AI |Targeted by Algorithm (Ep1)| The Big Picture, Al Jazeera English



The World According to AI - The Bias in the Machine (Ep 2) | The Big Picture, Al Jazeera English



Killer robots: Scientists concerned over ethics of military AI | Al Jazeera English



EU seeks to protect human rights by regulating AI, Al Jazeera English



EU to unveil proposed regulations for artificial intelligence, Al Jazeera English



Scientists campaign to ban lethal robots production | Al Jazeera English



CES 2019: Facial recognition technology brings privacy concerns l Al Jazeera English



Artificial intelligence and algorithms: pros and cons | DW Documentary (AI documentary)



When algorithms discriminate: Robotics, AI and ethics - Talk to Al Jazeera, Al Jazeera English



Can we stop killer robots? | Inside Story, Al Jazeera English



Will killer robots save us or destroy humanity? | The Stream, Al Jazeera English

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Expert Voices on Atrocity Prevention is a podcast by the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect. The podcast, hosted by Global Centre Publications Director Jaclyn Streitfeld-Hall, features one-on-one conversations with practitioners from the field of human rights, conflict prevention, atrocity prevention and other related agendas. These conversations aim to provide a glimpse of the personal and professional side of how practitioners approach human rights protection and atrocity prevention. We hope to explore challenges, identify best practices and share lessons learned on how we can protect populations more effectively.

You can listen to the podcast here
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Please click here to find the latest report of the Budapest Centre, through the project V4 Taskforce on the Prevention of Mass Atrocities, on the Capabilities of the Visegrad Group in Preventing Extremism.
CEE Prevent Net Working Paper, October 2019

As part of the project “CEE Prevent Net – Central and Eastern European Network for the Prevention of Intolerance and Group Hatred”, an interdisciplinary team of researchers and prevention practitioners from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia has investigated into advocacy and communication strategies for advancing prevent work in the region. They have reviewed existing strategies and good practices, conducted field work and interviewed about 150 governmental and non-governmental stakeholders in youth affairs and prevention from different professions and ends of the political spectrum.

Their final report offers strategies and recommendations for practitioners and civil society to engage in political advocacy to prevent intolerance, discrimination and group hatred of youth. In particular, these recommendations focus on the possibilities for advocacy under unfavorable conditions in contemporary (Central and Eastern) Europe, such as growing levels of group hatred and right-wing extremism, shrinking civic space or the erosion of human rights standards, media independence and the rule of law, which pose a serious threat to peaceful and democratic societies in the region.

We strongly encourage our visitors to take a look at this report, since it remains strikingly current and useful.

Please download THE REPORT here
The Initiative to establish the Task Force was launched by the Budapest Centre to assess the capabilities of the European Union to prevent mass atrocities. The Task Force was co-chaired by Professor Christoph O. Meyer (King’s College London) and Professor Karen E. Smith (London School of Economics). It was made up of leading European academics, experts and practitioners and produced the ‘Report on EU and Prevention of Mass Atrocities’ which was released at a public event in March 2013 and presented directly to the European External Action Service (EEAS) and other key decision makers in EU institutions and Member State governments.


The core aim of the report was to review the existing tools of the European Union for the prevention of mass atrocities and make recommendations to optimize timely and adequate responses to emerging threats of mass atrocities.

We strongly encourage our visitors to take a look at this report, since it remains strikingly current and useful.

Please download THE REPORT here
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The African Task Force on the Prevention of Mass Atrocities (ATF) was an 18-month initiative of the Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocity Prevention, which analyzed the capacities of five regional organizations in the prevention of mass atrocities. The organizations were selected due to their existing peace and security mandates and architectures, their regional influence in addressing and preventing future crises, and their prior policy focus on the prevention of genocide. They were the following:

  • The African Union (AU)
  • The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)
  • The Intergovernmental Authority for Development (IGAD)
  • The Southern African Development Community (SADC)
  • The International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR)

In the course of the study, the ATF has deployed a mass atrocity lens encompassing phenomena including war crimes, crimes against humanity, ethnic cleansing, genocide, and mass killing, with a particular interest in protecting civilians and non-combatants from violence. The analytical framework deployed in the research is based on three pillars of prevention, including early warning, the operational capacity to respond, and political will. This final report reflects the outcome of desk research and interviews conducted by the members of the task force, as well as the result of five subsequent workshops and bilateral interviews organized with the senior management of the relevant organizations in Africa.

We strongly encourage our visitors to take a look at this research, since it remains strikingly current and useful. Please download the document here, which is also available in French. Plus, you can retrieve further information on the Facebook page of the African Taskforce on the Prevention of Mass Atrocities.