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The problem of radicalisation is very high on the European agenda as increasing numbers of young European radicals return from Syria and use the internet to disseminate propaganda. To enable policy makers to design policies to address radicalisation effectively, Policy Cloud consortium will collect data from social media and other sources including the open-source Global Terrorism Database (GTD), the Onion City search engine which accesses data over the TOR dark web sites, and Twitter ( through Firehose). The data will be analysed using sentiment analysis and opinion mining software.

The problem of radicalisation is very high on the European agenda as increasing numbers of young European radicals return from Syria and use the internet to disseminate propaganda. To enable policy makers to design policies to address radicalisation effectively, Policy Cloud consortium will collect data from social media and other sources including the open-source Global Terrorism Database (GTD), the Onion City search engine which accesses data over the TOR dark web sites, and Twitter ( through Firehose). The data will be analysed using sentiment analysis and opinion mining software.

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Policy Cloud Data Driven Policies against Radicalisation - Participatory policies against radicalization. User requirements

  1. 1. policycloud.eu 1 02/07/2020 Armend Duzha, Maggioli Participatory policies to prevent and counter radicalization This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 870675.
  2. 2. policycloud.eu 2 Plan for the discussion General overview on radicalization Radicalization phenomena Main actors and stakeholders involved User Requirements Analytics tools Visualization tools Data Requirements Social Media Open Datasets 02/07/2020 Participatory Policies against Radicalization
  3. 3. policycloud.eu 3 What is radicalization? a process through which an individual (or group of individuals) adopts an increasingly extremist set of beliefs and aspirations. This may include, but is not defined by, the willingness to condone, support, facilitate or use violence to further political, ideological, religious or other goals. UN Office of Counter Terrorism 02/07/2020 Participatory Policies against Radicalization
  4. 4. policycloud.eu 4 Specific domains to tackle prisons and judiciary system migration hotspots and asylum centers schools religious communities cities (peri-urban contexts) Internet and media 02/07/2020 Participatory Policies against Radicalization
  5. 5. policycloud.eu 5 Main actors involved Policy makers at any level Local (e.g. municipalities, social services) Regional (e.g. regions) National (e.g. Ministries) European (e.g. DG HOME, RAN, Europol) International (e.g. UNOCT, Interpol) 02/07/2020 Participatory Policies against Radicalization
  6. 6. policycloud.eu 6 Other important stakeholders LEAs (police officers,…) Schools (school principal, teachers,…) NGOs (social workers,…) EU Associations/initiatives (EFUS, EUCPN, EUNWA, …) 02/07/2020 Participatory Policies against Radicalization
  7. 7. policycloud.eu 7 Main Goals Reduce occurrence of domestic radicalisation by early identifying warning signals and risks from social media and other data sources Promote secure access to public spaces for more people, enriching their perception of security and safety. Encourage citizen engagement and trust in the perceived legitimacy of public authorities (municipalities, regions, LEAs) 02/07/2020 Participatory Policies against Radicalization
  8. 8. policycloud.eu 8 Strategic Objectives 02/07/2020 Use of heterogeneous data sources to understand hidden patterns and new trends Extract, analyse and classify retrieved information based on defined ontologies to generate useful insights about radicalization efforts and incidents Create measurable KPIs and design new policies/update existing ones to elaborate suitable means and countermeasures to prevent youth radicalization, as well as to contrast the spreading of extremism among those detained; Evaluate the impact of the (new) implemented policies compared the old ones Participatory Policies against Radicalization
  9. 9. policycloud.eu 9 Application Scenarios 02/07/2020 Visualization heatmap about the frequency of occurrence of incidents targeting vulnerable groups (e.g. children, minor) in the geographic proximity of a town/region New Entity detection main actors (e.g. individuals and organized groups) that contribute to the creation of communication strategies directed to spread, both online and offline, an alternative narrative and counter-narrative uc Scenario2. Use Cases Policy Maker Categorization Dashboard Trendings BrandAnalysis TextAnalytics«include» «include» «include» «include» «include» «include» Participatory Policies against Radicalization
  10. 10. policycloud.eu 10 Requirement Analysis 02/07/2020 Functional requirements Opinion Analysis Sentiment Analysis Hierarchical Text Mining Data requirements Global Terrorism Database Information from social networks: Twitter, Facebook, Reddit RSS & Blog web pages Participatory Policies against Radicalization
  11. 11. policycloud.eu 11 Section Description ID REQ-PPR-12 Title Data Analysis in near real-time Level of detail Stakeholder Type PERF Description Information collected from different dataset should be analysed every predefined time Additional Information N/A Actor N/A Priority MAN Reference Use Case SCE-PPR-03, SCE-PPR-05 02/07/2020 Participatory Policies against Radicalization
  12. 12. policycloud.eu 12 Section Description ID REQ-PPR-13 Title Visualization Level of detail Stakeholder Type L&F Description Dashboard should show more relevant information at a glance Additional Information N/A Actor End User, Policy Maker Priority DES Reference Use Case SCE-PPR-06, SCE-PPR-07 02/07/2020 Participatory Policies against Radicalization
  13. 13. policycloud.eu 13 20/12/19 Section Description ID REQ-PPR-14 Title Risk Prediction Level of detail Stakeholder Type L&F Description Dashboard should show predictions on potential risks / threats and their location Additional Information N/A Actor End User, Policy Maker Priority DES Reference Use Case SCE-PPR-06, SCE-PPR-07 Participatory Policies against Radicalization
  14. 14. policycloud.eu 14 Section Description ID REQ-PPR-15 Title Extraction of entities Level of detail Stakeholder Type FUNC Description More relevant entities (extremist groups and/or individuals, location) should be extracted from different sources Additional Information N/A Actor N/A Priority MAN Reference Use Case SCE-PPR-05, SCE-PPR-06, SCE-PPR-07 02/07/2020 Participatory Policies against Radicalization
  15. 15. policycloud.eu 15 GET IN TOUCH @PolicyCloudEU PolicyCloud EU www.policycloud.eu PolicyCloud has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 870675. Armend Duzha (armend.duzha@maggioli.it)

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