Resources to help tackle extremism

08 May 2018

Free resources for schools are available from Extreme Dialogue UK to help give students and teachers the confidence to develop critical thinking and resilience, and to take part in challenging conversations about all forms of extremism. The resources will help to support schools to fulfil the Prevent Duty in an engaging, safe and effective way.

This unique project, developed by global counter-extremism organisation ISD and by the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation, features a series of powerful films about individuals affected by extremism alongside educational resources for use with young people aged 13-18. They also offer training for teachers and student leaders. For more information see this brochure and this short video showing how the resources have been used in schools.