Tag Archives: radicalisation and extremism

New Resource: ‘Let’s Talk About It’ (LTAI) – Working Together to Prevent Terrorism

Let’s Talk About It  (LTAI) is an initiative designed to provide practical help and guidance to the public in order to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism. Let’s Talk About It has been created to provide a greater understanding … Continue reading

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Helping Children Cope with Tragic Events – Links for Schools and Settings

Following the tragic event in Manchester on Monday the 22nd May 2017, many schools and settings may be wondering how to talk about such issues with children without causing further distress or fear. There are a number of useful resources and … Continue reading

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“Trust me” – KS2 and 3 Online Extremism PSHE Resource from Childnet

Today, 19th May 2016, Childnet have launched a new KS2 and KS3 PSHE resource called “Trust me”. In response to online extremism, this practical resource, aimed at KS2 and KS3 students challenges young people to think critically about what they see … Continue reading

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‘Counter-Extremism – narratives and conversations’ – New LGfL resource

The e-Safety and Editorial team at LGfL, supported by  Sara Khan (http://www.wewillinspire.com)  have developed an open resource to support education providers to actively prevent radicalism and extremism. ‘Counter-Extremism – narratives and conversations’ is a resource designed for all schools and … Continue reading

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