The 2nd Annual Preventing Children & Young People from Radicalisation & Extremism Conference: Speaker Presentations 4th March 2020

Thank you for attending The 2nd Annual Preventing Children & Young People from Radicalisation & Extremism Conference.

We hope you found the day informative and interesting. You can download the speaker presentations below.

Sophie Taylor, Director, Due Diligence and Counter Extremism, Department for Education

Educate Against Hate provides access to a range of free training resources, lesson plans and advice to help schools build young people’s resilience to extremist narratives and keep them safe from radicalisation. We have recently refreshed the website for 2020 to make it even easier to use, including:

  • An advanced search function to easily find the trusted resources you need, including the ability to filter by topic, year group and file format
  • Quick links on the home page to our most popular and relevant resources
  • An easy-to-use newsletter sign-up on the home page so you can get our tips delivered directly to your inbox

You can also follow us on Twitter (@EducateAgainst) and Facebook for more ideas and links.

Please help us raise awareness of this free resource hub by sharing with teachers and education professionals in your networks –

Waqar Ahmed, Prevent Lead, Birmingham City Council

Professor Jane Reeves, Director of the University of Kent Centre for Child Protection, Director of Studies MA Child Protection, University of Kent

Nick Taylor, Chief Executive, Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation

Dr Farid Panjwani, Associate Professor and Director, Centre for the Study of Education in Muslim Contexts, University College London

Abu Ahmed, Head – Counter Terrorism Communications and Engagement, Home Office

Selina Stewart, Education & Training Foundation

Emma Fox, Research Analyst Specialising In Domestic Extremist Networks

Martin Pratt, Deputy Chief Executive and Executive Director Supporting People, London Borough of Camden

Nigel Bromage, Founder, Small Steps