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What is ‘fake news’, disinformation, and misinformation?
How is my child’s education setting supported in responding to ongoing conflicts?
How can I ensure that my school has an appropriate response to addressing ongoing conflicts?
How can I teach students about sensitive topics like ongoing conflicts?
How does Educate Against Hate decide which resources to share?
What should I do if I have a concern about an adult working in education?
What is Channel?
How do we define extremism and terrorism in the UK?
How do we define terrorism and extremism in the UK?
How is extremism relevant to me as a parent?
Is my child vulnerable to radicalisation?
What are the warning signs of radicalisation?
How can I do protect my child from extremist influences?
How do I talk to my child about extremism?
How can I keep my child safe from online extremism?
What should I do if I think my child is being radicalised?
Has intervention ever stopped a young person being radicalised?
Why is extremism and Prevent relevant to me as a teacher?
How do people become radicalised?
Which young people are vulnerable to radicalisation?
What is Prevent and what are my responsibilities as a teacher under the Prevent duty?
What training is available for the Prevent duty?
How can I build my students’ resilience to extremism and teach them about fundamental British values?
What should I do if I have a concern about a child?
Are there examples where Prevent has stopped a young person being radicalised?
How is extremism and Prevent relevant to my school?
What are my school’s responsibilities under the Prevent duty?
What can I do to ensure my school complies with the Prevent duty?
What if a member of staff in my school has a concern?
Has raising concerns ever stopped a young person being radicalised?
What should my staff be teaching in class?
What should I consider when hosting external speakers or organisations in my school?
What resources are available to help implement the Prevent duty?
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