Educational Resources

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.

They provide a structured framework which helps to develop young people's critical thinking abilities, and skills which are transferable to a number of cross-curricular subject areas and life experiences.

Extreme Dialogue promotes important discussions about compassion, cohesion and tolerance.

Extreme Dialogue promotes important discussions about compassion, cohesion and tolerance. The project is a vital means for schools and other community groups to fulfil statutory safeguarding duties. But going beyond keeping young people safe, it can also inform and enrich their lives through encouraging active citizenship to fulfil statutory safeguarding duties. The resources provide a structured framework which helps to develop young people's critical thinking abilities, and skills, which are transferable to a number of cross curricula subject areas and life experiences.

They are designed for young people aged 14–18 but can be tailored to suit the needs of different year groups and age ranges.

Free resources:

  • Seven short compelling films featuring real people profoundly affected by extremism.
  • Prezi presentations and educational resource packs accompanying each film.
  • Facilitator Guide – A guide to help steer difficult conversations about extremism.

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We also provide face-to-face training workshops and session delivery.

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The downloadable resources are all modular and informed by more than 20 years of research and experience in managing global and community conflict.