It can be hard for practitioners to find the right words to tackle the subject of extremism constructively with young people.
But having these conversations in a right way is an opportunity for young people to learn important life lessons that can enhance their futures.
The films put faces and names to a range of experiences of extremism and marginalisation. They also provide positive and thought-provoking opportunities for starting conversations with young people about their own perspectives on the topic.
Our films include testimony from a former member of the UK Islamist group al-Muhajiroun, a mother from Calgary whose son was killed fighting for ISIS in Syria, an ex-Ulster Volunteer Force member whose father was killed by the IRA , and a former member of the extreme far-right in Canada.
All Extreme Dialogue project materials are available for free here on our website. Anyone can use them, whether in the classroom, a community group or beyond.
Extreme Dialogue is a partnership between global counter-extremism organisation ISD (Institute for Strategic Dialogue), educational charity the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation, and filmmakers Duckrabbit.