Below are educational resources that support the Minds Deradicalization Initiative.
Manila Principles/Bill of Rights
Deradicalization and Anti-Censorship Studies
Liebert Publications - "Being Bad in a Video Game Can Make Us Morally Sensitive"
UNESCO - "UNESCO Releases New Research on Youth and Violent Extremism on Social Media"
CPJ - "Privatizing Censorship in Fight Against Extremism"
IDC - "A Revealing Study on How Our Brain Responds to Friends and Enemies in an Atmosphere of Conflict"
SSRN - "Why Net Censorship in Times of Political Unrest Results in More Violent Uprisings: A Social Simulation Experiment on the UK Riots"
Psychological Bulletin - "Much Ado About Nothing: The Misestimation and Overinterpretation of Violent Video Game Effects in Eastern and Western Nations: Comment on Anderson et al. (2010)"
Prospect - "The Remedy is More Speech"
You Can’t Stay Here: The Efficacy of Reddit’s 2015 Ban Examined Through Hate Speech
Would Online Censorship Be Effective? Evidence From Two Research Projects Proves the Opposite
The Streisand Effect and Censorship Backfire
Journal For Deradicalization
Understanding Deradicalization: Methods, Tools and Programs for Countering Violent Extremism
How to Deradicalize Someone
Networks, organizations, and other initiatives
Talk for Peace International
DM&E for Peace
Geneva Peace Talks Initiative
Stories and news
Washington Post: Don't leave the Afghan Peace Talks for Dead
Washington Post: The US Meets China, Russia, and Pakistan to Discuss Afghan Peace
Reuters: Taliban, U.S. envoy in Pakistan to review broken peace talks
Military Times: US meets China, Russia and Pakistan to talk peace in Afghanistan
VOA: Afghan Government Links Peace Talks With Taliban to One-Month Cease-Fire
Beacon for Freedom - "The Long History of Censorship"
UNLV Law Journal - "Is the Cure Worse Than the Disease? Censorship of Hate Speech May Well Increase Violence"
Science Direct - "Trolls Just Want to Have Fun"
Antonio Casilli - "Banning Pro-Ana Websites? Not a Good Idea, as Web Censorship Might Have a Toothpaste-tube Effect"
Wired - "Police Say Youtube Policies Motivated Shooter"
Ars Technica - "How Youtube's Adpocalypse May Have Figured In Its Tuesday Campus Shooting"
Wired - "Blame the Echo-Chamber on Facebook. But Blame Yourself, Too."
NPR - "How One Man Convinced 200 Ku Klux Klan Members to Give Up Their Robes"
Washington Post - "Hate Speech is Showing Up In Schools. Censorship is Not the Answer"
Mubin Shaikh - "The Making and Unmaking of an Islamic Terrorist"
VICE News - "Contrapoints is Deradicalizing Young, Right-Wing Men"
BBC News - "Radicals: The Man Who is Being Deradicalised"
VICE News - "This Indonesian School Is Deradicalizing The Children Of Convicted Terrorists"
TED Talk: One day of peace with Jeremy Gilley
TED Talk: Talking about Peace with David Smith
TED Talk: A realistic vision for world peace with Jody Williams
Guides and how-to's
How to become friends with an enemy
5 Tips for Talking with "the Enemy"
7 Simple Steps to Turn Enemies into Friends
Talking to "The Enemy"