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New Zealand and France will lead efforts to stop the use of social media to organise and promote terrorism in the wake of the Christchurch attacks.
A gunman killed 50 people in an attack on two mosques in March, while live-streaming the massacre on Facebook.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she would co-chair a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron on 15 May.
The aim is to get countries and tech firms to agree to a pledge to eliminate terrorist content online.
Ms Ardern told Radio New Zealand she had already spoken to a handful of chief executives about the pledge - known as the "Christchurch Call" - including Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg.
New Zealand's parliament backs changes to gun laws after last month's deadly mosque attacks.
A royal commission will look at whether more could have been done to prevent the March 15 shootings.