The Extreme Dialogue educational resources aim to build young people’s resilience to violent extremism through active discussion and enhanced critical thinking, via a series of short emotive films, classroom activities and group exercises that can be used with young people aged approximately 14-18. Our free, open-access educational resources consist of a Prezi presentation and a resource pack, and are also intended to increase the confidence of teachers and those working with young people in exploring what can be a difficult but vital and contemporary topic in a safe and constructive way. For further guidance on our teaching approach and how to deliver the resources, see the teacher’s handbook below. For specific information on the Canadian, UK, German and Hungarian resources, as well as the UK Prevent Duty, see the guidance below.
Delve deeper into Adam’s story using this exciting mixed-media educational resource that directly confronts the lures of extreme Islamist groups and challenges their prejudiced ideas head on.
Find out more about Billy’s story using this multi-media educational resource that provides insight into the Northern Ireland conflict and further explores issues surrounding the radicalisation of young people today.
Explore Jimmy’s story further using this multi-media educational resource that gives an overview of the Syrian conflict and provides insight into what it is like to be a refugee living in Germany today.
Chris & Damian’s Story
Find out more about Chris and Damian’s story using this mixed-media educational resource that further explores issues surrounding the radicalisation of young people today.
Delve deeper into Daniel’s story using our mixed-media educational resource that directly confronts the lures of far-right racist groups and discusses the impact of extremism and racism on both individuals and wider society.
Explore Fowzia’s story further using this exciting mixed-media educational resource that delves deeper into the issues young people in minority communities are facing today.
Find out more about Szabolcs’ story using this multi-media educational resource that provides insight into the impact of discrimination in Hungary and challenges myths and misconceptions around the Roma community.