Charity Commission facility to check that charities are registered
Fundraising Standards Board site. The FRSB helps the public raise any concerns about fundraising, supports charities in being accountable for their fundraising, and works with the Institute of Fundraising to improve fundraising standards.
UNISON Prevent duty guidance for members: November 2015. UNISON member guidance on the Prevent duty
ATL Prevent duty guidance: 2015 guidance for ATL members now part of NEU which combines ATL and NUT
UCU Prevent duty guidance July 2015. This document sets out the UCU guidance to members on the Prevent duty.
AELP website: Guidance on the Prevent duty for employment and learning providers
157 Group Prevent duty toolkit : 157 Group have developed a toolkit to support providers in adopting the Prevent duty
How well are further education and skills providers implementing the ‘Prevent’ duty? Ofsted: August 2016 version of this report
Ofsted handbook for the Inspection of FE and Skills in England September 2016 Guidance
JISC for support to ensure students are safe online.
Stonewall provides support to counter homophobia in further education. This will support providers is promoting British values of tolerance and mutual respect.
Lets talk about it website. Resources to support the Prevent duty
All Faiths and None AFAN, is the website for an Inter-Faith/Belief Programme, with funding from LSC, then LSIS and now ETF, which offers resources for use in dialogues and group discussions in formal and informal settings, primarily for young people, in educational and community contexts. AFAN works for mutual understanding, and against discrimination and intolerance on grounds of religion or belief at national and local levels.
The National Council for Faith and Beliefs in Further Education. This is a national independent inter-faith charity working with the learning and skills sector, faith and local communities and national and local faith/belief based groups. FBFE exists to support the further education sector to engage positively with faith and belief.
The Quilliam Foundation – is a counter-extremism think tank which deals with citizenship, identity, and belonging in a globalised world.
Imans online – This organisation provides blogs and information about Islam in the UK. It is primarily for UK Imans and those involved in Islamic worship and education.
Ḥaqīqāh has bought together senior Islamic Scholars from Britain to provide scholarly contributions focused specifically on educating young Muslims about the reality of extremist movements. This may be of interest to students or to practitioners.
The Free Initiative: A website devoted to countering right wing extremism with a series of videos dealing with British and European right wing extremism.
We will Inspire website – a website set up by women to explore the roles of Muslim women in Britain. This includes a powerful video of young Muslim men’s views of people going out to join extremists in Syria Counter Narrative Leaflet – What does Islam really say? A leaflet developed by a group of Mosques and Muslim scholars in Cardiff which explains what Islam really says about the abiding by the laws of the land, blasphemy, moderation and extremism.
Prevent Tragedy website: A website to support parents in preventing young people from travelling to warzones
FAST website, Families against Stress and Trauma: This website describes the distress caused to families by family members travelling to Syria.