The Netidee project SicherSocial provides learning and working materials such as slide-sets, folders and videos for children, teachers and parents for increasing the safety of young people in social networks.
The UNESCO guide provides countries with a set of resources that can help build and reinforce national capacities to address the drivers of violent extremism through holistic and pragmatic education sector-wide responses.
The manual by the Council of Europe offers guidance to develop counter and alternative narratives to combat hate speech and promote human rights, especially in online environments.
The website by the UK Government provides practical advice and information for teachers and parents as well as school leaders on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation.
It is not unusual for teenagers and young people to get involved in cybercriminal activities at an early age. However, the penalties can be severe. EUROPOL offers posters for parents and teachers to discuss constructive and positive alternatives.
Keep control of what and with whom you share your private information online. See the EUROPOL Public Awareness Campaign.
This guide by Ycare provides information about radicalisation and offers an overview of strategies and practices to counter this phenomena. It focuses on the relation between radicalisation and pedagogic.
The website of the National Association of School Psychologists offers advice and information on how parents and teachers can help children deal with anxiety caused by terrorist events.
Discussing terrorism: a pupil-inspired guide to UK counter-terrorism policy implementation in religious education classrooms in England
This guide focuses on the implementation of the educational aims set out under the Prevent Strategy. It's specifically relevant for religious education practitioners and aims to enable critical discussions over the topic of terrorism.
The PBS offers classroom activities and learning material to help teachers deal with the controversial topic of terrorism in class.
Transforming schools into labs for democracy: A companion to preventing violent radicalisation through education
This RAN policy paper formulates recommendations to envision schools as ‘labs for democracy’ that would provide sustainable responses to radicalisation.
The RAN factbook presents the scope of the far-right extremist (FRE) scene. The focus is on violent extremist groups or groups that promote or condone violence.
The overarching objective of PARTICIPATION is to identify future perspectives and trends of polarisation, extremism and radicalisation as well as the social composition of the group at risk in Europe by a participatory and provisional methodological strategy, that permits to co-create with social actors, stakeholders and policy-makers effective strategies for prevention.
Across the EU, there is a call for more specialised risk assessment tools to assess the risk of radicalisation, extremism and/or terrorism in the offender population. Several such tools have been developed and are in use at the time of writing, for example, the Extremism Risk Guidance 22+ (ERG 22+) and the Violent Extremist Risk Assessment 2 Revised (VERA-2R). More specialised tools are being developed across the EU, either in national contexts or in EU project contexts.