Public Communication

The International Observatory on Terrorism Studies (OIET) considers Public Communication to be a key research area to delegitimize messages that support the use of terrorist violence and to promote strategies to counter attempts to radicalize young people using social networks.
15/01/2016

Building a narrative against violent extremism

Intervention of Juanfer F. Caldeín, OIET’s director, in the European Parlament, at the first ALDE Group seminar of 2016 on building a narrative against violent extremism. […]
20/11/2015

Fight against ISIS reveals power of social media

It is hard to measure the real impact that the audiovisual strategy of ISIS on social media has in the radicalization process of a terrorist. It […]
20/10/2015

Daesh tries to gain the support of Islamic public opinion using images of knifes attacks in Israel

After 22 months and more than 900 visual campaigns, it is the first time ISIS demands attacks against Israel Daesh public communication apparatus have launched since […]
05/10/2015

Daesh threats to the United States and Obama using a child armed with a grenade launcher

The Daesh terrorist group has just published an audiovisual campaign that uses a child armed with an RPG grenade to threats directly to Obama and the […]
28/09/2015

On social media, ISIS uses modern cultural images to spread anti-modern values

ISIS has established a new kind of terrorism, using marketing for making terror popular, desirable, and imitable
18/09/2015

Daesh launches an audiovisual campaign to remind Syrian refugees that reaching Europe puts them at risk of “fornication, sodomy, drugs and alcohol”