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Sectors: Citizenship, Information, Justice - Security, New technologies, Youth

Beneficiaries: Corporations, Development NGOs, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations, Research centres, Training centres

Regions: Balkans, European Economic Area, European Union, Mediterranean countries

Category: Call for proposals

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Eligible third countries are those highlighted as priority countries in the European Agenda on Security: Turkey, Tunisia, Lebanon, Jordan, Morocco, Algeria, countries in the Western Balkans as well as EFTA countries

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Funds for: Enhance the role of CSOs as part of the fight against terrorism
Main beneficiaries: Public bodies, private entities

Responsible: European Commission

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Funds for: Enhance the role of CSOs as part of the fight against terrorism
Main beneficiaries: Public bodies, private entities

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives
* Address target audiences in the EU susceptible and vulnerable to radicalising and terrorist content online, those on the brink of radicalisation as well as those who have already been radicalised;
* Provide the well-defined target audience with credible alternatives and positive narratives or expose and challenge terrorist and extremist online propaganda;
* Address push and pull factors of terrorist and extremist content online;
* Actively contribute to promoting tolerance and EU/democratic fundamental rights and values;
* Empower civil society organisations, grass root organisations and other credible voices

Priorities
* Bringing about behaviour change dissuading the target audience from promoting terrorism and violent extremism and/or using violence;
* Growing civic engagement and taking active stance in democratic processes by target audiences;
* Halting radicalisation and recruitment processes;
* Enhancing (digital) resilience and critical thinking of the target audience against terrorist and extremist propaganda on-and offline

Among financed activities
* Development of the communication strategy for the alternative or counter-narrative campaign 
* “Offline” activities – when these are used as catalysts for communication actions and helping to amplify the communication campaign messages and in the longer term helping measure the behavioural change the campaigns have brought about;
* Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of the success of the communication campaign, including at least the assessment of its reach and impact;
* Development of lessons learned and good practices of the communication campaign to be actively shared within the CSEP and RAN network;
* Training for staff managing the campaign to have the necessary skills and resilience to engage in a controversial/hostile online environment;
* Capacity building to ensure sustainability of the campaign and online efforts to provide alternative narratives;
* Management of the project and regular reporting.