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New and Improved EAH Website

Here at Educate Against Hate, we’re dedicated to giving school leaders and teachers practical advice and information on protecting children from all forms of extremism and radicalisation.

Following on from feedback from you, we’ve been busy working behind the scenes to bring you a new and improved Educate Against Hate website for 2020. We’ve now made our website more user-friendly than ever, including:

  • An advanced search function to easily find the 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
  • A ‘share’ feature to help spread the message about high quality resources with your colleagues

We understand that extremism and radicalisation are complex subject areas to navigate. The internet can offer conflicting information on what schools are expected to do and it can be difficult to track down reliable resources that you feel comfortable to deliver in class. But with the Educate Against Hate website, you can join the 18,000 others who visit us each month to get access to government advice and free, trusted resources at the click of a finger.

And thanks to our new and improved visitor experience and search functionality, you can now more readily access directly downloadable lesson plans, posters, extensive Q&A’s and general advice.

We will continue to update and improve the website to make sure it remains a useful  tool for keeping students safe from radicalisation.  Be the first to hear about future updates by
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And do let us know if you have any feedback using our contact form.

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