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Hacking CT Lessons Learned H4Dip Stanford 2016

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Hacking CT Lessons Learned H4Dip Stanford 2016

  1. HackingCT Bringing tech, government, and at-risk communities to counter violent extremism in a bottom-up fashion Sponsored by Bureau of Counterterrorism / Countering Violent Extremism and Office of Religious and Global Affairs Crowdsource responses to violent extremism messaging 100 interviews
  2. Vinaya PolamreddiAnusha Balakrishnan Gloria ChuaHyeryung Chloe Chung Jian Yang (Lumpy) Lum Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence International Policy Former Korean Foreign Service Product Design, Computer Science International Relations, Statistics Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence Team HackingCT
  3. Countering violent extremism (CVE) is deterring individuals from joining violent extremist groups.
  4. Our crazy journey 100 interviews Wayfinding Focus on community PIVOT! Focus on individual Focus on friends & family 0 Momentum
  5. Wayfinding 20 interviews 100 interviews Momentum
  6. Who to target? Individual Community Where to target? Online Offline How to target? Institutionalized Grassroots Wayfinding
  7. UK and Europe USA Intl FB OCCI State Dept DHS FATE Quilliam AV E Extreme Dialogue Canada Open Your Eyes Jigsaw SAVE GCERF M&C Saatchi Moonshot CVE WORDE Institute for Strategic Dialogue Women without Borders Hedayah GCCS Connect Futures Google (YouTube ) SCN
  8. UK and Europe USA Intl FB OCCI State Dept DHS FATE Quilliam AV E Extreme Dialogue Canada Open Your Eyes Jigsaw SAVE GCERF M&C Saatchi Moonshot CVE WORDE Institute for Strategic Dialogue Women without Borders Hedayah GCCS Connect Futures Google (YouTube ) SCNCVE space is complex and crowded.
  9. MVP: Ecosystem dynamics
  10. MVP: Ecosystem dynamics Focus on community
  11. Focus on community 30 interviews 100 interviews0 Momentum
  12. MVP: Incentive Matching Platform
  13. Aim to build scalable and targeted local messaging, and help local NGOs. Lead Policy Manager Counterterrorism at Facebook
  14. Now you’re CVE-relevant. Focus on CVE-specific! Bureau of CT/CVE + SRMC State Department
  15. Pivot! 5 interviews 100 interviews0 Momentum
  16. Focus on individual 15 interviews 100 interviews0 Momentum
  17. Suicide Violent Extremism ← Prevention Promotion → What we learned
  18. Violent Extremism Suicide Counselors Mental Health Professionals Hotlines ← Prevention Promotion → What we learned
  19. ← Prevention Promotion → Violent Extremism Suicide Counselors Mental Health Professionals Hotlines Law Enforcement Personalized ISIS recruitment ISIS-related propaganda What we learned
  20. ← Prevention Promotion → Violent Extremism Suicide Counselors Mental Health Professionals Hotlines Personalized ISIS recruitment ISIS-related propaganda Safe space What we learned
  21. MVP: Ask Me Anything
  22. Individuals are hard to reach: don’t engage directly with support resources. Women without Borders, State Department, Booz Allen Hamilton
  23. Most friends and family have an idea, but have nowhere to turn but the police. Program Director Radicalization Awareness Network
  24. Focus on friends & family 20 interviews 100 interviews0 Momentum
  25. MVP: CVE Support Textline
  26. A support textline for friends and family MVP: CVE Support Textline
  27. We need helplines and intervention teams. Presenter at a CVE Conference Nov 2016
  28. Deployment 10 interviews 100 interviews0 Momentum
  29. We found organizations in US and Canada that provide long-term personal intervention.
  30. Low-riskHigh-risk Long-term personal intervention Law enforcement
  31. Low-riskHigh-risk Long-term personal intervention Law enforcement Short-term, scalable lightweight intervention Us
  32. MVP: CVE Support Textline for Friends & Family
  33. MVP: CVE Support Textline for Friends & Family
  34. Deployment Strategy Now 1 year Marketing: Launch campaigns Training: Work with Muflehun & volunteers Technology: Build chatline platform Pilot: In 2 cities
  35. Deployment Strategy Now +1 mth +2 mths +3 mths Marketing: Launch campaigns Training: Work with Muflehun & volunteers Technology: Build chatline platform Pilot: In 2 citiesPilot in 2 cities in 2017.
  36. That’s our journey. HackingCT

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