Radical Right: Safeguarding against Online Recruitment and Radicalisation | Primary

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Radical Right: Safeguarding against Online Recruitment and Radicalisation | Primary

This webinar will provide governors, headteachers, senior leaders and all school staff with an insight into and understanding of the radical right and practical advice on how to safeguard children from radicalisation and grooming online.

Home Office figures found that nearly 50% of young people who were referred to the Channel programme were thought to be at risk of radicalisation by the extreme right-wing. As far right groups continue to target vulnerable children online using social media and online gaming platforms, separate research found that many schools lack the resources and training to teach pupils how to reject and discuss dangerous extremist views.

In this webinar The Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR), the leading information aggregator and knowledge repository on the radical right, past and present, will explain the key narratives driven by the radical right, the tactics they use to target vulnerable individuals online and what measures schools can take to help keep children safe from harm.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding the origins and definitions of the radical right and what narratives they espouse to attract like-minded individuals.

  • Recognising the push factors and structural motivators that drive radical right activism and what pull factors or individual incentives appeal to new recruits.

  • Identifying the three key types of online activism and how the radical right are using more indirect, soft forms of recruitment and gaming culture to reach out to young people.

  • Realising the possible signs, harms and impact of radical right activism on children and young people and recognising if they may have been exposed to radical right content online.

  • Understanding what practical steps trusted adults can take, both in the classroom and at home, to help prevent and intervene in radical right radicalisation online.

Dr William Allchorn

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Dr William Allchorn

Interim Director at Centre for the Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR), researcher and author
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