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 RAN paper examines the key pillars of effective communications and considers, which of them require localised elements for developing counter- and alternative narratives.
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.
The handbook published by the German Institute on Radicalization and De-radicalization Studies (GIRDS) is a guide for structural integrity and quality standards in CVE and deradicalization work. (available in English and German)
Arbeitspapier zum Thema "Radikalisierungsprozesse bei Jugendlichen aus der Perspektive der Beratungsstelle Extremismus" (von Verena Fabris).
DERAD is a European Project that aims to prevent the escalation of radicalization in the prison environment. As part of the major and sustainable outcomes of the DERAD project, a toolkit for training prison officers has been developed.
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.
The edited volume, compiled by Hedayah and the Global Center on Cooperative Security, offers a comprehenive overiew of the role of women in CVE projects and initiatives.