Education one way to prevent violent extremism

April 20, 2017 at 1:00 pm Leave a comment

Bleak topic tho’ this be, in classrooms discussing global and controversial issues (with massive media presence and fake news), you may find the following 2 UNESCO resources to be useful.

Preventing violent extremism through Education: A guide for Policy-Makers (2017, 75 pages) and includes 4 sections:

  1. Understanding violent extremism
  2. Acton areas
  3. Modalities of implementation
  4. FAQs

The following diagram is from page 26:

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The second document is titled  Teacher’s Guide on the Prevention of Violent Extremism, (2016, 47 pages) and includes 3 sections:

  1. About violent extremism
  2. Managing the classroom discussion
  3. Key messages to deliver

Check ’em out! Rowan

 

 

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