Tackling Radicalisation and Extremism in Schools Conference
Two years after the Prevent duty was introduced, many teachers have raised concerns that the scheme risks stigmatising Muslim pupils and may be having a negative effect on counter-terrorism efforts.
In light of these concerns, and in the wake of the Westminster terror attack in March 2017, the Government confirmed it would review its approach to counter-terrorism and address some of the criticisms of the Prevent programme.
What would a shake-up of Government guidelines mean for schools, colleges and universities, which have become a key focal point in the battle against radicalisation?
Join us for the Tackling Radicalisation and Extremism in Schools Conference where expert speakers will explain how schools and colleges can continue to lead the fight against radicalisation.
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- Preventing religious radicalisation and violent extremism in young people
- How does extremist content on the internet impact on radicalisation?
- Ensuring “learners are suitably protected from the risks associated with radicalisation and extremism
- Preventing the radicalisation of young people through engagement and understanding
- Minimising the risks of extremism and radicalisation in further education and higher education
- Identifying radicalisation early and ensuring the protection of vulnerable people
- Protecting vulnerable people and the early identification of radicalisation
- Ensuring staff have knowledge of risk indicators through training and development