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%).
Commission for Countering Extremism and links to research commissioned in relation to different forms of extremism
Keeping children safe in education: with information for colleges and training providers. July 2015. The information is for colleges and independent learning providers as well as schools and covers young adults as well as children.
UNISON Prevent duty guidance for members: November 2015. UNISON member guidance on the Prevent duty
ATL Prevent duty guidance: 2015 guidance for ATL members – NUT and ATL have now merged into NEU
NUT Guidance for members: Understanding Prevent duty: 2015 guidance for NUT members – NUT and ATL have now merged into NEU
UCU Prevent duty guidance: July 2015. This document sets out the UCU guidance to members on the Prevent duty.
How well are further education and skills providers implementing the ‘Prevent’ duty? Ofsted: August 2016 version of this report
Internet citizens: A programme developed by YouTube and Google to support young people with digital literacy, critical thinking and digital citizenship. This includes five one hr lessons supported with a facilitator guide and PowerPoints. Access to the materials is through registration requiring an email address.
Extreme dialogue: This is a Canadian website but includes a video about two British extremists Adam and Billy
The Free Initiative: A website devoted to countering right wing extremism with a series of videos dealing with British and European right-wing extremism.
Stonewall provides support to counter homophobia in further education. This will support providers is promoting British values of tolerance and mutual respect.
The Quilliam Foundation – is a counter-extremism thinktank which deals with citizenship, identity, and belonging in a globalised