The ‘Keeping Children and Young People Safe from Radicalisation and Extremism: Advice for Parents and Carers’ is aimed at providing parents and carers with advice on protecting children from radicalization and extremism. Topics covered include: definitions of key terms; reasons young people may be radicalised; potential signs to look out for; how extremists target youth online and in-person; practical tips for parents to keep children safe; who to contact for help, including local services like Prevent and safety advice websites. The leaflet stresses the importance of open communication between parents and children. It aims to raise awareness about radicalisation risks, empower parents to have conversations with their children, and provide guidance on where to get support.
- What is radicalisation and extremism?
- Why do young people become radicalised?
- How are young people radicalised?
- What are the signs to look out for?
- How can parents keep young people safe?
- Where to get help
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