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 partner Maggioli will collect and analyse data from social media and other sources including:
The full range of Policy Cloud services will be used to transform the raw data into actionable knowledge which is of practical value to policy creators.
For instance, analytics tools such as sentiment analysis and opinion mining software will be applied to Twitter data to identify radicalisation efforts and link those efforts to particular terrorist groups or attacks.
Analytics will also be used to segment radicalisation efforts demographically, visualise radicalisation trends, and assign risk profiles to individual suspects.
Analysis activities will respect the privacy requirements established within the Policy Cloud Ethics Framework.
Policy Cloud has published an analysis of the ethical, legal, regulatory, and societal issues which impinge on the project, and the associated requirements for data gathering and management.
Policy Cloud has published Use Case Scenarios Definition & Design, the first document describing the pilot use cases and scenarios that will help the testing and development of the Policy Cloud platform.
By Armend Duzha (Gruppo Maggioli)
On Friday, 20 November the Policy Cloud consortium partner Gruppo Maggioli, in collaboration with the Lombardy Region, organised the first workshop on the participatory policies against radicalization pilot.
Policy Cloud has launched a pilot use case to demonstrate how data can help policy makers combat the radicalisation which is often a precursor to terrorist activity.
20 November 2020 - 09:30 to 11:00
02 July 2020 - 14:00 to 15:00