The Central Asia Security Forum: “Countering Extremism Online”
The main objective for the Central Asia Security Forum is to promote the development of strategies aimed at preventing violent extremism in Central Asia that are evidence-based, proportional, and avoid a negative impact on economic opportunities, development, and human rights, or that risk promoting violent opposition.
The key topics of the forum are:
The forum contributes in an active exchange of experience between regional and international practitioners engaged in CVE and PVE from Europe, North America, the Russian Federation and Central Asia; operators of the social media platforms including Facebook, Google, Twitter, Odnoklassniki and VK; and other private-sector companies involved in tracking and investigating online VE use of the Internet (GroupIB, SecDev, Kasperski, DialogNauka).
More detailed information is available at the forum’s website.
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Experts together with deputies of the Jogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic, representatives of state bodies, as well as international organizations and the diplomatic corps are expected to
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