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 RAN manual deals with the problematic of terrorists returning from for instance Syria to Europe. It offers and analyses responses and means of reintegration, while generally outlining the issue.
Given the relationship between media and terrorism Marthoz, Jean Paul, adviser to the Ethical Journalism Network, provides a handbook for Journalists. It deals with some of the ethical dilemmas in covering acts of terrorism and was commissioned by the UN
This guide by the International Centre for Migration policy development, analyses the complexity of and advises on reporting about trafficking in human beings.
This user guide by the U.K.´s office for national statistics explains how to analyse and interpret the crime statistics for Wales and England and how they were created.
The website of the Ethical Journalism Network offers guidance and information on reporting sensible topics, like mass shootings or/and acts of terrorism. It focuses on journalists.
The website of the Organised Crime Observatory offers constantly updated international news focused on organised crime and related activities. Further, it informs about and provides the latest research on the topic.