Online security and advice
- Get Safe online – advice on safe internet usage
- Department of Education Advice about use of Social media: How Social Media is used to encourage travel to Syria
Event and venue security
Metropolitan Police Advice on events and venues to the Private Sector This is also useful advice for FE and training providers
The following focus on sexual grooming and bullying but many of messages apply to extremist grooming and exploitation:
Behaviour barometer: a chart showing behaviour which would or would not be worrying. This was developed in Canada so the contact details are not applicable but the barometer itself will be helpful
Teachers, lecturers, trainers, tutors and assessors: A Prevent duty and British values guidance document for teachers, lecturers, tutors and assessors
Learning support teams: A Prevent duty and British values guidance document for learning support teams
Pastoral teams: A Prevent duty and British values guidance document for those responsible for the welfare of apprentices
Imans online – This organisation provides blogs and information about Islam in the UK.
Counter Narrative Leaflet – What does Islam really say? A leaflet developed by a broad 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.
Haqiqah:What is the Truth Behind ISIS 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 apprentices or to practitioners.
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.
AELP website: Guidance on the Prevent duty for employment and learning providers
Home Office Channel data 2018-19. In the year ending 31 March 2019, a total of 5,738 individuals were referred to Prevent. Of the 561 Channel cases, the most common were cases referred because of concerns about right-wing radicalisation (254; 45%), followed by Islamist radicalisation (210; 37%).
Channel Panel Guidance: The Home Office guide to the Channel panels and their operation
The Channel Programme and FE providers. A leaflet explaining the Channel and Prevent Programmes with a flowchart. This was developed in London and makes reference to London but the system is similar throughout the country.
Stonewall provides support to counter homophobia. This will support providers is promoting British values of tolerance and mutual respect.
Lets talk about it website. Resources to support the Prevent duty
The Quilliam Foundation – is a counter-extremism think tank which deals with citizenship, identity, and belonging in a globalised world.
HATE CRIME: A guide for those affected: for victims of hate crime published by Community Security Trust, Tell MAMA, The Crown Prosecution Service and the Department for Communities and Local Government
Individuals who have been drawn into extremism:
- Hasib Hussain (7/7 suicide bomber) – The boy who didn’t stand out
- Ian Davison (Ricin plot) – Neo-Nazi Ian Davison jailed for 10 years for making chemical weapon
- Neil Lewington – Neo-Nazi jailed for planning racist bombing campaign
- Younes Tsouli (Cyber Terrorist).
Individuals and Prevent:
- Case Study – far right extremism – A case study of a young man drawn into right wing extremism and supported out of extremism through Prevent and Channel processes.
Victims of Terrorism Leaflet 2019 This leaflet has been produced by the UK government.
Faith Associates & Imams Online, in partnership with Facebook has launched the ‘Keeping Muslims Safe Online safety guide aimed at providing easy to understand tips and advice outlining best practice to help keep Muslims safe online.
Camden ACL British Values poster for adult learners to explain British Values. This could be used for all age groups.
Safe charitable giving poster – English – A charitable giving poster developed by the Charity Commission and the Mosques and Iman’s National Advisory Board in English.
Safer charitable giving poster – Arabic – A charitable giving poster developed by the Charity Commission and the Mosques and Iman’s National Advisory Board in Arabic.
IBM Prevent and British values resources
A major retailer’s resources for Prevent and British values