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How to discuss terrorist attacks with children?

Radicalisation and extremism can be difficult topics for parents and teachers to discuss with children. Sara Khan of Inspire helps to empower these conversations. Advice and support on http://educateagainsthate.com/…

Far-Right Extremism: The Human Face

This film is part of The FREE Initiative (Far-Right Extremism in Europe Initiative), which showcases the tactics and methods taken by those tackling far-right extremism across Europe. Hear the stories of those who are on the streets having…

Communities Defeat Terrorism

Your actions could help the police prevent terrorism and save lives. If you see or hear something unusual or suspicious trust your instincts and ACT by reporting it in confidence at http://www.gov.uk/ACT…

Life Has No Rewind Button | Action Counters Terrorism

Unfortunately, life has no rewind button. If it doesn't feel right, ACT. If you have any information about suspicious activity or behaviour, you can report it in confidence, either online or by calling the police. Reporting it won't ruin…

Holding difficult conversations: mental health work

When tackling radicalisation and extremism, mental health workers sometimes need to have very difficult conversations. What should you say when meeting a new patient suspected of having extreme views? What should you not say? Which…

Holding difficult conversations: youth work

When tackling radicalisation and extremism, youthworker sometimes need to have very difficult conversations. What should you say in a challenging situation? What should you not say? Which techniques may help? What do practitioners from the…