Help and advice about the Think: Protect: Connect Toolkit

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The Think: Protect: Connect toolkit aims to provide schools, colleges and youth settings with a range of resources to safeguard young people with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) from online radicalisation and extremism.

The key aims of this toolkit are to:

  • Increase young people’s awareness, knowledge and understanding of online radicalisation and extremism and its causes
  • Develop young people’s personal resilience to extremism and radicalisation
  • Challenge stereotypes held by young people about certain individuals and groups
  • Equip young people with critical thinking skills to empower them to explore and challenge a range of sensitive topics including use of online propaganda and extremist ideologies
  • Enable young people to gain a number of transferable life skills that they can draw on in the future.

On this page you will find links to the resources you need to accompany the Think:Protect: Connect Toolkit and Student Booklet

Workshop 1

Think:Protect:Connect Workshop 1: PDF

Workshop 1: Cards resource

Workshop 1: Key words

 

Workshop 2

Think:Protect:Connect Workshop 2: PDF

Workshop 2: More than one identity

 

Workshop 3

Think:Protect:Connect Workshop 3: PDF

Workshop 3: Where stereotypes come from

 

Workshop 4

Think:Protect:Connect Workshop 4: PDF

 

Workshop 5

Think:Protect:Connect Workshop 5: PDF

Workshop 5: Propoganda Match cards

 

Workshop 6 

Think:Protect:Connect Workshop 6: PDF

Workshop 6: e-safety case studies 

 


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