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 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.
Jung, radikal, extrem?
Arbeitspapier zum Thema "Radikalisierungsprozesse bei Jugendlichen aus der Perspektive der Beratungsstelle Extremismus" (von Verena Fabris).
Cyber Crime vs Cyber Security: What will you choose?
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.
Your Life is Online. Protect it!
Keep control of what and with whom you share your private information online. See the EUROPOL Public Awareness Campaign.
Roles of Women in countering Terrorism and CVE
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.
Practical Guide to the Deradicalisation of Youngsters
The FORUM guide offers a step by step manual for municipalities and their partners, like LEAs and youth workers, to develop their own local deradicalisation approach. It focuses on extreme right-wing youth.
Youth Counselling against Radicalisation Guidelines for Front-Line workers
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.
Helping Children Cope With Terrorism - Tips for Families and Educators
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.
Responses to returnees: Foreign terrorist fighters and their families
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.
User guide to crime statistics for England and Wales
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.
Terrorism and Violent Extremism Awareness Guide
The guide by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police aims to raise awareness and educated about radicalisation, identifying persons at risk and potential signs for terrorist planning.