The threat from right-wing terrorism in the United States—and Europe— is rising. While this is not a new phenomenon, its current manifestation and scale heighten a sense of insecurity, alarmism and the urgency of designing and implementing comprehensive policy responses that effectively curb its growing frequency and lethality. Right-wing terrorism – also referred to as far-right or racially and ethnically motivated terrorism – is not a coherent movement, but rather a shifting, complex and overlapping milieu of individuals and groups espousing narratives and ideologies, compounded by hatred, racism, xenophobia, Islamophobia or anti-Semitism. Right-wing extremist continue to demonstrate exceptional capacity to spread propaganda, magnify their message, and ultimately outreach and recruit youth. The CRTG Working Group Live Briefing on “Right-Wing Extremism: Tackling the Exploitation of Children and Youth“ analyzes right-wing recruitment strategies targeting youth, their socialization into extremism as well as the scope and impact of their participation in right-wing extremist activities.