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Youth against Violent Extremism Project

Race Equality First has been funded by the Home Office to run a 3-month pilot project to challenge extremism and prevent radicalisation.

The Youth against Violent Extremism Project is a prevent initiative which will run till 31 March 2017.

The project enables Muslims to take the lead to prevent radicalisation and extremism committed in the name of Islam. This is an opportunity for Muslims, especially young people, to take prevent initiatives into their own hands, dispel misconceptions about Islam, promote tolerance and take a lead in safeguarding their own communities from radicalisation. We will be running the following activities and training sessions in your community:

Cyber Safety Workshops

In schools, colleges & universities exploring radicalisation via internet & how to spot this.

Counselling for young people

Counselling for young people, especially Muslims, for a range of issues including identity & mental health.

Interfaith Group

Interfaith Group with Mosques, Churches & Synagogues to dispel misconceptions about each faith, especially Islam.

‘Safe Space’ Workshops

‘Safe Space’ Workshops for young people to explore issues, exchange knowledge and tell us what needs changing.

Media Training for young people

Media Training for young people to engage with media & speak out against violent extremism committed in the name of Islam.

Talks delivered by Imams/Muslim Scholars

Talks delivered by Imams/Muslim Scholars denouncing violence committed in the name of Islam & promoting true Islamic beliefs.

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