Messages of hate can take many forms. Extremist groups use them to recruit young people. Here you will find Q&A and resources to help you protect your child.
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If you are concerned about extremism in school, or if you think a child might be at risk of extremism, contact the helpline on 020 7340 7264 or email@example.com
Report crime committed against someone because of their disability, gender identity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.
An online portal to report anti-Muslim hate crime, together with advice and support.
An interactive website to support young people with autism and their parents with understanding extremism, radicalisation and the particular vulnerabilities of children with SEN.
An informative website providing help and advice to the public to understand Prevent, Channel and the signs of radicalisation.
A Prevent mythbuster explaining the facts behind some common misconceptions
A downloadable booklet for parents with information about extremism and radicalisation, produced by Educate Against Hate.
A link to quickly and anonymously report online material promoting terrorism or extremism.
Tips and advice to help parents keep up with their children's online activity.
Internet advice for parents from Childnet International, a non-profit organisation helping to make the internet a safe space for children.
A Metropolitan police fact file including what is and is not defined as terrorism, and links to contact the Met.
A London Borough of Tower Hamlets webpage covering the precautions parents can take to protect children from extremism.
A website for parents, backed by the UK’s biggest Internet Service Providers, with resources and conversation starters to keep children’s online life fun and safe.
Expert information for families and schools, featuring carefully checked and curated advice and information on issues related to internet safety.
NSPCC advice on the dangers of radicalisation and details of their helpline.
The FAST website provides support for families whose children have travelled to conflict zones or who may be about to plot, or commit, acts of terror in the UK.
The UK Safer Internet Centre website promotes the safe and responsible use of technology for young people, and features a helpline for advice.