The ECTC Advisory Network on terrorism and propaganda connects counter terrorism experts from academia, private sector and law enforcement. Through this network, the experts exchange knowledge and expertise from their respective fields on recent developments in counter terrorism.
The "Terrorism evolving: insights from research" conference focuses on the latest updates on terrorist groups, ideology, propaganda, and early detection of potential terrorists. Selected research papers will be published on Europol’s website.
The conference is on invitation only.
Previous editions of the ECTC Advisory Network conference
The evolution of online terrorist propaganda (17-18 April 2018)
Europol hosts Conference on Online Terrorist Propaganda (10-11 April 2017)
- What’s on the terrorists’ bookshelves? - Donald Holbrook
- A Review of Transatlantic Best Practices for Countering Radicalisation in Prisons and Terrorist Recidivism - Lorenzo Vidino and Bennett Clifford
- The History and Influence of the Belgian ISIS Contingent - Pieter Van Ostaeyen
- Assessing the Islamic State in Libya - Inga Kristina Trauthig
- Islamic State group’s experiments with the decentralised web - Peter King
- "Who disseminates Rumiyah? Examining the relative influence of sympathiser and non-sympathiser Twitter users." - Daniel Grinnell, Stuart Macdonald, David Mair & Nuria Lorenzo-Dus
- “Assessment of Risk in Written Communication: introducing the Profile Risk Assessment Tool (PRAT).” - Nazar Akrami, Amendra Shrestha, Mathias Berggren, Lisa Kaati, Milan Obaidi and Katie Cohen
- "Applying local image feature descriptors to aid the detection of radicalization processes in Twitter." - Daniel López-Sánchez, Juan M. Corchado
- "A practical guide to the first rule of CTCVE - Do violent extremists no favours." - Alastair G. Reed & Haroro J. Ingram
- The "Jihadi Wolf" threat - Arije Antinori, PhD
- The Response of, and on, Twitter to the Release of Dabiq Issue 15 - Daniel Grinnell (Cardiff University), Stuart Macdonald (Swansea University), David Mair (Swansea University).
- Exploring the Role of Instructional Material in AQAP’s Inspire and ISIS’ Rumiyah - Dr. Alastair Reed & Dr. Haroro J. Ingram
- Deconstruction of Identity Concepts in Islamic State Propaganda - J.M. Berger via the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism (ICCT), The Hague
- Computer support to analyze IS propaganda - Lisa Kaati, Magnus Sahlgren, Tim Isbister, Babak Toghiani-Rizi and Katie Cohen, Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI)