Featured Project.

Build a future.


Targeted population

4-6 years

October 2019 - August 2023

Support a classroom. Build a future.



The general objective of COMMIT is to prevent and dissuade susceptible & vulnerable audience from extremism, radicalism & terrorism.



COMMIT will develop 3 communication campaigns about…

Fake news

Fake news, hate speech, populistic propaganda


Right-/left-wing extremism


Radicalism & terrorism


Working together with…

Young people

Young people (aged 13 – 25) including EU citizens, young people with migration background & Muslims

University students

University students of journalism and communication

Civil society organisations

Civil society organisations, media professionals, internet companies, public authorities and other stakeholders

COMMIT wants to provide them with skills needed to co-develop and
disseminate alternative narratives promoting democratic values, tolerance & cooperation.

How can you get involved?


If you are a University Student, a Media Professional or a Civil Society organisation’s member

and you want to know more about radicalism, extremism, populism and hate-speech and how to combat them creating alternative and counter-narratives.

A 30-hours Capacity Building Course will be held soon!


If you are a between 13 to 25 years old

And you want to develop your critical thinking, media literacy skills and learn how to use storytelling for developing alternatives and counter-narratives. A set of Workshops will be held soon!

If you are a stakeholder, public entity or civil society organisation

REACH OUT TO US AND JOIN OUR NETWORK, to share ideas, experience and improve cooperation at local level. 

Project Phases

Research phase

Capacity Building for project’s staff, university students and civil society organisations and youth

Capacity Building for project’s staff, university students and civil society organisations and youth

Co-development of the communication campaigns through alternative and counter-narratives

Launch of the campaigns

Impact’s evaluation