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Subject area:
Extremism, Hate crime, Radicalisation, Refugees
Age group:
KS 3, KS 4, KS 5
Resources:
Lesson plan, Posters
Format:
Pdf, Presentation slides, Word document

The No Love for Hate project aims to reduce the appeal of extremism to young people. It offers a positive alternative to the increasing pressure young people may feel from the world around them and the propaganda they may see online. It encourages pupils to be more accepting of others and to challenge hatred. Topics include hate crime, online risks, refugees, the rise of right-wing extremism and the push/pull factors of radicalisation. The resources are open access materials, including interactive Prezi presentations and Kahoot! quizzes, which can be adapted for different audiences.

Programme overview

Background to the programme and advice on what the tutorials are designed to achieve and how to run them.

Groupings

Group activities and short film aiming to challenge young people and their accepted thinking about who they identify with.

No love for hate crime

This session defines what hate crime is, providing newspaper articles and video clips to help students identify hate incidents.

Think before you click

This short video is designed to prompt discussion about the internet and how we can ‘like’ things without knowing their origin.

Pause II and think!

This short video uses the real stories of students at Harlow College to challenge misconceptions about refugees and asylum seekers.

Pause and think presentation

PowerPoint slides to accompany the ‘Pause II and think!’ lesson plan.

The impact of migration on British sport

This presentation looking at immigration and sport can be used to get students to challenge preconceptions of British identity.

Kahoot! Lesson plan

This interactive quiz asks students to identify their emotions and views on a range of statements, videos and real-life stories.

At risk of extremism

This presentation uses hard-hitting films produced by Extreme Dialogue to tell the story of a Canadian white supremacist.

Tomorrow belongs to you

This Prezi looks at the rise of right-wing extremism and fascist groups in history and draws parallel with modern day.

No Love for Hate posters

Posters designed for use in the classroom or display boards highlighting the risks of extremism.