Radicalisation and Extremism

Working with children and young people who are vulnerable to the messages of radicalisation and extremism:

Radicalisation and Extremism: Advice for Parents and Carers (Booklet) — 2015


Radicalisation and Extremism: Advice for Parents and Carers (Single Pages) — 2015


Further guidance:

Safeguarding Children and Young People from Radicalisation and Extremism: Guidance for the Children’s Workforce — 2016


Model E-safety Policy for Schools and Colleges in Camden — June 2015


Keeping Children Safe Online: E-safety Policy and Guidance for Children's Workforce in Camden — 2014


Useful links:

Under Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015, the organisation has a duty to refer young people on to Camden’s Channel Panel under the Prevent strategy where there are concerns that they are being radicalised.

Prevent Duty Guidance for England and Wales


The following websites offer information and advice:

As announced by the Secretary of State on 19 January 2016, please see link below to the new website which gives parents, teachers and school leaders practical advice on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation:

For advice about tackling radicalisation within the family go to Families Against Stress and Trauma at:

To report suspected online terrorist content please follow:

Report extremist content to social media providers. Find out more at:


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