Author: William Allchorn

New Dataset & CARR Report: Far-Right Mobilisations in Great Britain (FRGB Dataset) 2009-2019

Far-Right Mobilisations in Great Britain (FRGB Dataset), 2009-2019 You can request access the full dataset here, read more about the methodology for the collection of the dataset here, & cite the dataset using the reference below* CARR FRGB Dataset Research Report 1 Introduction During the last 11 years, and especially after the formation of the English Defence League (EDL), academics… Continue reading “New Dataset & CARR Report: Far-Right Mobilisations in Great Britain (FRGB Dataset) 2009-2019”

CARR-Open Democracy Event – US election: how can we challenge right-wing extremism?

As we look forward in anticipation/trepidation to the US Presidential and Congressional elections at the start of next month, CARR is gearing up a number of initiatives that hope to bring scholarly analysis to bare on the rise of right-wing extremism in the US during the Trump Presidency. The first of these is a webinar… Continue reading “CARR-Open Democracy Event – US election: how can we challenge right-wing extremism?”

RIGHT RISING PODCAST (SEASON ONE, EPISODE FIVE): INCEL CULTURE AND DEPLATFORMING

ABOUT THIS EPISODE Host: Augusta Dell’Omo   https://media.fireside.fm/file/fireside-audio/podcasts/audio/b/b51815b6-ee73-481c-b930-95e2903f3e96/episodes/c/c3ea001c-4abe-4788-8480-c3a1de9b5b94/c3ea001c-4abe-4788-8480-c3a1de9b5b94.mp3 Guest Dr. Julia DeCook joins Right Rising to discuss the growth of incel culture online. Along with host Augusta Dell’Omo, Julia walks us through how incels and other online far-right groups have responded to deplatforming efforts by social media companies. Finally, Julia and Augusta question just how… Continue reading “RIGHT RISING PODCAST (SEASON ONE, EPISODE FIVE): INCEL CULTURE AND DEPLATFORMING”

Right Rising Podcast (Season One, Episode Four): Populism in Italy A Deep Dive

ABOUT THIS EPISODE   https://media.fireside.fm/file/fireside-audio/podcasts/audio/b/b51815b6-ee73-481c-b930-95e2903f3e96/episodes/8/82e24e1f-5d2b-4886-ae25-7e13636e0afb/82e24e1f-5d2b-4886-ae25-7e13636e0afb.mp3 This episode features the inaugural episode from the CARR Populism Research Unit. Guests Dr. Valerio Alfonso Bruno and Alessio Scopelliti join Right Rising to give us an overview of what populism means in Italian politics – as both an ideology and how it plays out in party politics. Along with… Continue reading “Right Rising Podcast (Season One, Episode Four): Populism in Italy A Deep Dive”

Right Rising Podcast (Season One, Episode Three): Understanding Populism During COVID-19

ABOUT THIS EPISODE Guest Dr. James Downes joins Right Rising to give us an overview of populism – as an ideology and a political party. Along with host Augusta Dell’Omo, James helps us understand where populism is on the rise and where it’s falling and works through some common misconceptions about the term “populism.” He… Continue reading “Right Rising Podcast (Season One, Episode Three): Understanding Populism During COVID-19”

Right Rising Podcast (Season One, Episode Two): What Exactly is the “Radical Right”?

ABOUT THIS EPISODE Guest Dr. Eviane Leidig joins Right Rising to break down some key terms used by scholars when talking about the “radical right.” Along with host Augusta Dell’Omo, Eviane helps us with concepts like “extreme,” “radical,” and “far right,” and gives us some examples of right-wing groups that fit into these categories. But… Continue reading “Right Rising Podcast (Season One, Episode Two): What Exactly is the “Radical Right”?”

Right Rising Podcast (Season One, Episode One): Welcome to Right Rising

ABOUT THIS EPISODE Guest Dr. Will Allchorn joins the inaugural episode of Right Rising to introduce the podcast and its producer – the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR). On this episode, Will and host Augusta Dell’Omo discuss key areas of focus for understanding the far-right – including social factors, double-speak, and online… Continue reading “Right Rising Podcast (Season One, Episode One): Welcome to Right Rising”

With the Collapse of a Right-Wing Coalition, Has Norway Turned Its Populist Tide?

The radical-right Progress Party (FRP) withdrew from Norway’s coalition government on January 20. This is a big defeat for FRP leader Siv Jensen, whose big ambition was to prove his party was koalitionsfähig, or “coalition capable.” After six years in government, the conflict between the populist radicals and the more moderate wing of the party… Continue reading “With the Collapse of a Right-Wing Coalition, Has Norway Turned Its Populist Tide?”