The Christchurch Call is premised on the belief that open and honest dialogue between diverse stakeholders, and the sharing of ideas and expertise, produces the best outcomes in preventing terrorist and violent extremist content online.
The Call Community includes supporting governments, online service providers, partners and the Christchurch Call Advisory Network. This advisory network consists of organisations and individuals from civil society, academia, and the technical community. They provide expert advice on implementing the Call commitments in a manner consistent with a free, open, and secure internet and with international human rights.
See more about who is part of the Call Community.
Strengthening the exchange of information and sharing best practice is key in building the Call Community. Current priorities include:
- Increasing the number of online service provider supporters
- Increasing engagement with existing supporters, including through the development of a community platform
- Regular dialogue on policy issues and sharing of best practice
- Building on innovative multistakeholder approach to countering terrorist and violent extremist content online, including by supporting the Christchurch Call Advisory Network to build its advisory function and grow its expertise and diversity
- Continuing to strengthen our ties with the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism(external link) and Tech Against Terrorism.(external link)