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Tech Against Terrorism Podcast

​In this episode of the Tech Against Terrorism Podcast, Broderick McDonald examines the growth and development of far-right Active Clubs, one of the fastest growing extremist groups in the United States, Canada, and Europe. Later we discuss how far-right extremist groups have threatened elections and undermine democratic processes.


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Broderick McDonald (Oxford / Kings College London)

Archie Macfarlane (Tech Against Terrorism)


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Broderick McDonald is an Associate Fellow at Kings College London's International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and a doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford examining extremism, disinformation, and online harms. He previously served as a Special Advisor in Parliament and as a researcher with the All Party Parliamentary Group for Genocide Prevention. Prior to this, he was a Fellow with the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and Executive Editor of the Cambridge International Law Journal. Broderick is an Associate Member of Chatham House, the Global Network on Extremism & Technology (GNET) and the Extremism and Gaming Research Network (EGRN). Brody was recently named as a World Economic Forum Global Shaper and is a Fellow with the Aspen Institute UK. His research spans the ideological spectrum and he has conducted fieldwork across the Middle East, Central Asia, and Europe. Within the Oxford Disinformation & Extremism Lab, he works on researcher safety training and monitoring emerging threats including Generative Artificial Intelligence, 3D Printing, and Drones.

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