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The Making and Unmaking of an Islamic Terrorist

Mubin Shaikh went from young army cadet to self-radicalized Jihadist and back. Here’s what he learned. Now, as a PhD candidate in psychology and tactical decision making, Shaikh advocates and advises de-radicalization programs in an effort to spread the true meaning of the Quran.

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/

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 conversation techniques may help? What do practitioners from the RAN network recommend?

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 RAN network recommend?

Holding difficult conversations: the classroom

When tackling radicalisation and extremism, first-line practitioners 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 RAN network recommend?

What was first? Polarization dynamics which foster terrorism

In that regard, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe remains “deeply concerned about Islamic extremism as well as about extremism against Muslim communities in Europe” and already recognized in 2010 that “both phenomena reinforce each other”[1] noting that “Islamic radicalism and manipulation of religious beliefs for political reasons oppose human rights and democratic