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[liberationtech] countering violent extremism--tech enabled interventions?

Jayne Cravens jc at coyotecommunications.com
Fri Apr 3 11:01:23 PDT 2015


 

On 2015-04-03 10:32, Lorelei Kelly wrote: 

> I'm looking for programs that use technology to enable prevention of violent extremism. 
> SNIP 
> Joining groups that perpetuate savage behavior does not fit into a traditional development analysis--poverty is not necessarily a driver, though social marginalization seems to be.

Not sure if this fits the bill: this is a draft document I submitted to
UNDP Ukraine just before I left Kyiv in October 2014, having completed
my term there as a "Surge" Communications Advisor. This draft document
offers considerations and recommendations for social media messaging
that promotes reconciliation, social inclusion, and peace-building in
Ukraine. It provides ideas for messaging related to promoting tolerance,
respect and reconciliation in the country, and messaging to counter
bigotry, prejudice, inequality, misperceptions and misconceptions about
a particular group of people or different people among Ukrainians as a
whole.

http://www.coyotecommunications.com/development/communication%20for%20respect.pdf

However... this strategy wasn't implemented. I prepared this as part of
the Surge team, but we all left before it was implemented.

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