Those working with young people have told us that they find approaching issues around hate or extremism difficult and don’t always feel sufficiently equipped to hold constructive conversations.
Extreme Dialogue takes these concerns into account and provides a structured framework that suits different objectives and sensitivities.
We provide extensive training to give practitioners absolute confidence and advice on answering difficult questions using the educational resources.
Once a practitioner has received Extreme Dialogue training they are encouraged to pass those skills on to other educators, youth workers and young people.
You can also invite our Extreme Dialogue facilitators to deliver sessions directly to young people in their classrooms or community settings.
Peer-to-peer Extreme Dialogue workshops produce excellent results. They also have the potential to free up teachers’ time, while enabling enthusiasm to travel through schools as the next generation of students takes Extreme Dialogue on.