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Subject area:
Extremism, Radicalisation
Age group:
KS 4, KS 5
Resources:
Lesson ideas, Teacher guidance
Format:
Pdf, Presentation slides, Videos

Through a series of hard-hitting films of real people affected by radicalisation, Extreme Dialogue enables teachers to show young people all the faces of extremism. It equips young people to challenge extremism, helping them navigate core themes and questions using films, educational resources and training. Videos are accompanied by interactive presentations (Prezis). The downloadable resources are all modular and are informed by more than 20 years of research and experience in managing global and community conflict. The seven true stories include a mother whose son died fighting in Syria and a former member of a far-right terrorist group. You will need to give your email address to Extreme Dialogue when downloading the below resources.

Adam Deen

Adam joined the British Islamist extremist group al-Muhajiroun at university. Includes video and Prezi.

Billy McCurrie

Explore Billy’s story about the Northern Ireland conflict and his recruitment to an extremist group. Includes video and Prezi.

Christianne Boudreau

Christianne's son Damian died fighting for ISIS in Syria. Includes video and Prezi.

Daniel Gallant

Daniel was recruited at 19 to an anti-Semitic extremist organisation. Includes video and Prezi.

Fowzia Duale Virtue

As a child at school Fowzia had to deal with racism and ignorance. Includes video and Prezi.

Jimmy Shahinian

Jimmy left Syria after becoming one of ISIS’ “most-wanted” for his role in civilian uprisings. Includes video and Prezi.

Szabolcs Horváth

A far-right rally in Szabolcs’ hometown of Devecser, Hungary left him fearing for his children’s futures. Includes video and Prezi.

Facilitators Guide

Supplementary guidance for teachers to improve their confidence in delivering the Extreme Dialogue sessions.